Disregard what the policy actually is for a moment.
The changes announced on Tuesday were particularly difficult for the Social Democrats’ junior coalition partner, the Green party, seen as the most refugee-friendly of Sweden’s main political parties. The Greens’ deputy prime minister, Åsa Romson, broke into tears as she announced the measures.
“This is a terrible decision,” she said later, admitting that the proposals would make life even more precarious for refugees.
But quitting the government would have made a bad situation even worse, she added.
But of course I won’t be giving up my car, driver, extra money, nice office and better pension sa a result, of course not.