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Merkel, Sarkozy want Sweden in closer EU
| 2011-12-01 | 1 comment
Despite not being member of the euro region.
Sweden stopped EU sanctions against Syria
Sweden has vetoed an EU-proposal for tough sanctions against Syria, sanctions that would stop the Syrian regime to monitor the opposition. This has been reported to the public broadcaster SVT from...
Social Democrats to rethink profits in health care
Party leader Håkan Juholt wants to tear up the congressional decision from 2009 on profits in health care. The Social Democrats´ policy will be stricter when it comes to allowing profits in welfare...
Juholt: Everyone should have mobile access
The chairman for the Social Democrats Håkan Juholt says that the mobile phone network should be extended so it covers 100 % of Sweden. The operators should be obliged to offer their services also in remote areas. The idea is dismissed as unrealistic.
Majority for government
Record low support for Social Democrats in SCB poll.
Reinfeldt: Sweden will contribute to solve euro crisis
Will go to Brussels on Friday.
Sweden wants to remain outside EU-budget restraints
| 2011-12-09 | 2 comments
"The Swedish people have decided that Sweden´s Riksdag should decide over the budget in Sweden, not the EU"
New leader proposed for Left Party
46-year-old Jonas Sjöstedt chosen by the nomination committee.
Sweden contributes to fund for war crime victims
SIDA: "This is the largest single contribution to the fund".
Reduced support for the EU membership
| 2011-12-13 | 2 comments
But the advocates are still about twice as many as the opponents.
Swedish position on new euro deal still unclear
| 2011-12-14 | 3 comments
Decision can wait until March.
Christian Democratic leader gets internal support
Nominating committee has proposed that sitting party leader Göran Hägglund is re-elected.
Students´ examination may return
Reinfeldt optimistic about new EU pact
Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt is optimistic about Sweden´s ability to influence the treaty on the EU´s new fiscal pact so that the regulations only become mandatory for eurozone members.
Parliamentarians have confidence in the King
Politicians disagree about the reasons.
Minister concerned about human rights development in Europe
| 2011-12-22 | 5 comments
The European Union must put much more focus on the citizen’s human rights. This said Minister for European Affairs Birgitta Ohlsson at a seminar last week.
Stockholm district Tensta the most unsafe
Sharp increase of pickpocketing in Stockholm
Malmö serial shooter convicted of two murders
Julian Assange to Sweden - perhaps
First May 1st as party leaders for Löfven and Sjöstedt
Protests against Telia Sonera´s and Ericsson´s businesses in Belarus
Sweden´s repo rate left unchanged
Sweden: No to euro bonds
Sweden´s squad for Euro 2012 presented
Stockholm´s ice hockey need to gain lost ground
Nobel prize sum reduced
"His Jewish humor was disarming"
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Preview of the ice hockey play off
Thank you all for one of the best hockey players of all time in the NHL(Detroit Red Wings)and a...
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