The government is openly divided over the issue of assisted conception for single women. The Moderates, the Liberals, and the Centre Party now run over the Christian Democrats on the issue.
"We are convinced that peoples suitability as a parent is not determined by whether one lives in a partner relationship or not," writes the party group leaders of the Social Services Committee in an article in daily Svenska Dagbladet.
Christian Democratic leader Göran Hägglund does not like the proposal.
"All children are entitled to their parents. What one is in the process of doing is to create a law that abolishes some childrens right to parents," he told news agency TT.
The question will however not risk to end the centre-right coalition, according to Hägglund.
Also the Social Democrats concur with the proposal, which means that the proposal has a clear majority.