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With exactly one month left to the election, Radio Sweden Weekly brings you interviews with the leaders of the two biggest - and the two smallest - parties in parliament. Magdalena Andersson of the Social Democrats, Ulf Kristersson of the conservative Moderates, Per Bolund of the Green Party and Johan Pehrson of the Liberals talk about the issues t…
 
We catch up with volunteers at this year's Stockholm Pride that is taking place in the capital between 1-7 August. Also, an explainer of the voting procedures at the Swedish general election and how changes in taking ballot papers at polling booths could mean long queues. And is it really that difficult to find Swedish friends?Presenter: Maya Naylo…
 
Its nearing the end of July, but summer is far from over. Its a time of year where Swedes take advantage of the bright summer months by making up for all they cant do during the cold winters. This includes outdoor activities like kayaking, sunbathing and visiting all the beautiful beaches and lakes that Sweden has to offer.However, water safety is …
 
Over the past few years, almost 30,000 Indians have moved to Sweden, making them the second largest group of foreign-born immigrants in the country. Many of them have settled in big cities like Stockholm and Gothenburg, and have moved here for work or study reasons.And they have brought with them many things from their home country, including their…
 
Sweden has one of Europe's highest voter turnouts. Over the years numerous studies have shown that education, income and profession are key factors when it comes to voter behavior. In this edition of Radio Sweden Weekly we will visit three different municipalities in Stockholm, where the three largest parties nationally in Sweden, the Social Democr…
 
The Coronavirus pandemic brought the Swedish tourism sector to its knees in 2020, but now that restrictions and travel bans have been eased and removed, is Swedish tourism on its way to recovery? In this edition of Radio Sweden Weekly, we´ll try to dig deeper into that question by talking to tourists from all over the world making the most of the S…
 
Sweden's NATO application is back on track this week after it and Finland reached a deal with Turkey - who promised to drop its opposition to them joining the military alliance. Plus, the Swedish central bank announced its biggest interest rate hike in decades in an effort to fight rising inflation.Also the country's defense minister announced that…
 
Also, we ask where Sweden's NATO application stands ahead of the summit in Madrid; find out how the Public Health Agency views the risk of monkeypox; and learn about how temperatures can vary within the same city. In this week's program, we speak to Nicholas Aylott, political scientist and associate professor of political science at Södertorn Unive…
 
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