The Swedish Government’s Budget Proposal for 2022

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Yesterday, on September 20, 2021, the Swedish Government presented its Budget Proposal for 2022 to the Riksdag.


The Minister For Finance Magdalena Andersson presented that the budget for 2022 will include aggressive reforms for the climate, jobs welfare and law enforcement, and that these reforms will take Sweden forward after the pandemic. In the budget proposition, reforms of approximately SEK 74 billion are involved. These will drive faster climate transition, getting more people into work, strengthen the welfare system and make Sweden a safe and secure country for everyone.


The Riksdag will now be processing the draft budget and determine it in two stages. First as a whole and thereafter in detail.


Read more about it on the Government Offices of Sweden’s website here.