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We hear former Sweden Democrat MP Paula Bieler Eriksson and Martina Jarminder, editorial writer and political editor at Skånska Dagbladet, on why SD have been successful in the recent election. And the Gothenburg Book Fair is up and running again, following a couple of years where the popular event was hit hard by the pandemic. Presenter/Producer: …
 
Sweden takes a shift to the right. After a thrillingly tight election, it's Ulf Kristersson, the leader of the conservative Moderates, who's poised to become Sweden's next Prime Minister. And the Sweden Democrats, led by Jimmie Åkesson become the second biggest party in parliament, 12 years after first entering the Riksdag. We've all the reaction a…
 
We hear from political editor-in-chief Tove Lifvendahl from daily Svenska Dagbladet and Anders Lindberg, political editor-in-chief at daily Aftonbladet ahead of election day. They discuss the election campaign and what result Sweden might be waking up to on Monday morning. Also, voters gear up to cast their ballot on Sunday, but do they know yet wh…
 
Radio Sweden's 2022 election debate live from Broadcasting House in Stockholm on Wednesday is the focus of this latest edition of Radio Sweden Weekly. In an hour long debate, politicians representing each of the eight parties in parliament discussed, in English, some of the key issues of this election ahead of polling day on September 11.Centre Par…
 
Six months to the week since the start of the Russia invasion, we speak to Swedish Radio foreign correspondent, Johan Mathias Sommarström, who has spent many of the past months in Ukraine. Ukrainians in Stockholm share their views on six months of war. Also, tradition against convenience? - early election voting has begun in Sweden and we find out …
 
We'll be continuing where we left off last week with the remaining four party leader interviews. The thoughts of the leaders of the Centre party, the Christian Democrats, the Sweden Democrats and the Left Party on the way as we count down to next month's general election. And we'll finish with an assessment of what's been said with political scient…
 
A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on August 18th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Frank RadosevichProducer: Frank Radosevich, Michael WalshAv Sveriges Radio
 
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…
 
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