The PM said he would resign if his Budget wasn't accepted but he's already resigned and it would seem that he didn't expect his Budget to be passed; and I think he's had to work so far with Budgets set by the other Parties. And why would it have anything to do with this Kallak decision. Does it mean the Government will fall if they don't succeed with it?
Agree with you Pocko. My speculation was a flight of fantasy but unexpected things do happen sometimes especially when we don't know what's actually going on...like the Minister resigning before making the decision his department has been working on for so long and just at the point when he has all that he wanted to make that decision right there on his desk.
Well...how could it be anything else...it's all about the same project we've been planning for 15 years (me personally for 11) and I think the plan has come along as far as it could without a Concession to Mine; it's entirely the Government's fault...no CEO could have done better in my opinion. Traders come and go...the sp reflects that and if you weren't expecting some result any day you wouldn't look in every morning. I'm staying put for as long as it takes.
Yes...he's been all of those things, mainly unresponsive. Mr Damberg on the other hand perhaps said too much; we had after Christmas, before Easter, after the Summer holidays, etc. Then...reindeer and mining can coexist because they already do, as well as The Book and The Law and he was moved...to Justice.
There have to be reasons why this decision has taken so long....the application which was supposed to take 'about a year' could have been decided when Annie Loof was the Minister responsible, but it wasn't. It could have been decided when the Social Democrats came to power in their first term before the January Agreement. Mr Damberg said re the Laponia that "the law is enough" and that it would be decided "by the book"...but it wasn't. All we know is that they've strung us along, year in year out with what can only be described as untruths.