Attempts to reduce waiting times in health care have been inefficient
The Government has made several efforts to reduce waiting times in health care. The Swedish National Audit Office’s audit shows that these efforts have had little impact and that waiting times remain long.
Samhall does not fully fulfil its public policy assignment
Samhall fails to provide stimulating jobs for its employees. Sizeable staff groups and an all too uniform offering of work tasks limits its possibilities to offer matching jobs and thereby work-based development, which is the purpose of the operations.
Incomplete and partly embellished picture of amended income taxes
During the years 2011–2023, annual income taxes were reduced by SEK 100 billion. The Swedish National Audit Office’s audit shows that the Government presented the Riksdag with an incomplete picture of what the effects would be.
Sweden is not ready to handle old solar panels and wind turbine blades
Sweden is not ready to manage large anticipated future quantities of used solar panels and wind turbine blades. The Government, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, and the Swedish Energy Agency need to take measures to ensure that these products can be reused or recycled as far as possible.