Their idea of "just and orderly" is to allow illegal immigrants (i.e. those who have moved to the country without seeking a residency permit) to receive education, health services and even to start businesses.
Not only will this open the gates to large scale illegal immigration, it also means that those declared by one arm of the state to be breaking the law will be supported in doing so by other arms of the state.
This is how the Swedish Prime Minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt, announced the new policy:
We who believe that people should be free to move across borders and seek a better life somewhere else have made this agreement.
An open borders PM. And what about this statement from the Centre Party:
Centre Party leader and Industry Minister Maud Olofsson said that the deal would also allow illegal immigrants to start companies:
"We have now included in the agreement that it should be easy to come to Sweden regardless of whether you are a businessperson or an employee," she said.
What's interesting is that it's the more right-liberal parties who are pushing the open borders policy. The Social Democrats and the Left Party haven't signed on, apparently because they don't accept an unrestricted flow of labour into Sweden:
Reinfeldt explained that the Social Democrats and the Left Party were not part of the agreement due to different views on the subject of labour migration.
“This agreement is very much in line with our pro-work policies and therefore it’s not possible for the Social Democrats and the Left to cooperate. My impression is that the Social Democrats have been against people coming here to find work. Work is essential to me,” he said.
There is also opposition from the Sweden Democrats, a nationalist party I don't know a great deal about:
Sweden Democrat leader Jimmie Åkesson believes the new agreement will have the opposite effect, giving Sweden an even more extreme immigration policy, something which he expects will benefit his party.
"We are getting yet another debate which will benefit us in the long run. The question is whether there is a popular mandate for these policies. I don’t think there is," he told TT.
He is right to emphasise that the policy is extreme. It is yet another expression of an open borders mentality which will erase the historic Swedish identity.