Politicians questioned in Näsby
The theme for the panel was "Näsby 2030 - vision and how do we get there?" and the moderators for the day were journalists Inga-Lill Bengtsson and Sofyan Aswad from Kb Mosaik. The panel was held in Gamlegården’s centre. Some people stopped as they passed by, others sat down and listened to what the politicians had to say.
After two hours of discussion about everything from work, leisure, security, problems with drugs, gangs and crime, it was difficult to agree on a vision for 2030.
For example, Anders Tell (S) thought that a goal should be set for how many pupils finish primary school, and Noah Englesson (C), that an ambitious goal should be in place so that more people vote in elections, that in the long it could be better than in Åhus, which has a voter turnout of over 90 per cent.
The panel was part of the Future Week (Framtidsveckan).
Pierre Månsson (L) concluded by informing that everyone can put questions forward to the Municipality at an open house (Dialogue Meeting) at Lingenässkolan on November 13th between 5 pm – 7.30 pm. There you can meet and talk to politicians. Officials will also be there.