2014 was an intensive year for Swedish politicians with the election to the European Parliament in spring and to the national Parliament in September. The Nationalistic and anti immigration Sweden Democratic Party became the third largest party in Sweden. This put the incoming Government in minority in the Parliament and thus had to accept to govern with the budget proposal of the opposition. The new prime minister threatened with an extraordinary election which eventually he cancelled after an agreement with the conservative parties, just befor the election was to be announced.