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Finnish economy continues to crimp

Tuesday, 06 August 2013
Finland's economy shrank by 0.8 percent in May compared with the same month in 2012 following a decline of 2.2 percent in April, the country's official statistics agency, Statistics Finland said.

Bush had nothing to do with Rasmussen's NATO appointment

Friday, 02 August 2013
The story widely about how the Danish head of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen got his NATO job has now receiving a reply from the diplomat Damon Wilson reported to have been the sources of the story in the first place.

Swedish government was warned about the risk associated with the Dutch Nuon business

Wednesday, 31 July 2013
One of the projects that brought the Swedish energy company Vattenfall to its knees, the Nuon energy deal in Holland was flagged as risky before Vattenfall bought it. 

How a leader of a small Scandinavian country came to head NATO? Did Fogh seek the help of Bush to land the NATO job?

Wednesday, 31 July 2013
Former USA president George W. Bush is reported to have pressurised his successor to appoint the Danish current head of the military organisation, Anders Fogh to the position, something that had not been thought.

Explain why the weak GDP Mr Borg: GDP has been weighted down by the international situation

Tuesday, 30 July 2013
The Swedish GDP report for the second quarter shows that the Swedish recovery is hampered by a weak performance particularly in the euro area. The outcome did not surprise, but it shows the need for measures to support demand and employment in Sweden.

Weak Swedish GDP growth - Swedish economy halting

Tuesday, 30 July 2013
Sweden's GDP rose 0.6 percent in the second quarter compared with the same quarter of 2012. Compared with the previous quarter, GDP fell 0.1 percent, latest official data shows.

Russia reacts to Swedish Foreign Minister LGBT tweet

Monday, 29 July 2013
Swedish Foreign Minister, Carl Bildt earlier on Monday, condemned via twitter Russia's anti-gay policy. Russia has not been happy with Bildt criticism and has shot back. "Such claims are simply false."

Sweden's Social Democrats are out with Knives: Vattenfall adventure jeopardizes Sweden's security

Monday, 29 July 2013
The Swedish opposition party, Social Democrats has hit hard at Vattenfall after it emerged that the company wants to buy nuclear fuel from Russia.

Pay feast in the selected few of the top Swedish pubic establishment

Monday, 29 July 2013
A group of senior officials in the Swedish government offices have had their wages increased more than the rest of their junior staff members.

Sweden- Egyptian-twitter diplomatic class - re-write

Monday, 29 July 2013
Twitter clash between Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt and Egyptian ambassador to Sweden, Osama Elmagdoub is being reported by various Swedish media sources. This happend on Saturday though.

Vattenfall emerging as a stressful dent to the Swedish finance minister's electoral budget

Thursday, 25 July 2013
Crisis in the Swedish energy giant, Vattenfall could jeopardize the Reinfeldt government's electoral budget preparation for next year, which is the election year.

Norwegian intelligence fears increased attacks on politicians after the terrorist scenes two year ago

Tuesday, 23 July 2013
Norwegian politicians have received more threats than they did before the terrorist attack two years ago, the intelligence service said after yesterday's activities in memory of those killed by the far right terrorist attacks two years ago.

Swedish opposition parties react to the Vattenfall write down - blamed the government for poor business sense

Tuesday, 23 July 2013
The Swedish Red-Green opposition parties that would likely be taking office if the next general elections really reflect current opinion polls have reacted to the write down of Vattenfall and call on the government to react.

Cut study loans to high school students - Swedish government proposal

Sunday, 21 July 2013
A Swedish government investigation has proposed that the governement reduce loans and study grants given to high school students. This will see some several hundreds of thousands high school student having a financial short fall of some Skr 740 per pupil per year.

Sweden will not send troops to the Golan Heights as previously suspected

Thursday, 18 July 2013
Sweden has now declined to take part in the UN force that was being built to monitors the Golan Heights.

Many European countries start agreeing with African activists on more trade than economic aid.

Thursday, 18 July 2013
There is some agreement that the emergence of China for African, though having its weak points, seems to have been the strongest liberating force Africans have wanted for decades. Now more Europeans seem to have joined the ban wagon of "trade not aid," to the Dark Continent.

Swedish governing conservatives loose more ground in a new opinion poll

Thursday, 18 July 2013
The Swedish people are still showing in various tests that they are ready to move towards a more Social Democratic political guide in the coming political restructuring of the country. This is because a new opinion pull shows the governing Conservatives loosing more grounds.

Swedish tax cheats could be given compensation and let free - new court ruling

Tuesday, 16 July 2013
The Swedish legal system is looking into punishment given to tax cheats and there is the consideration being examined, when the EU tax laws are applied it shows that Sweden might have been heavy handed on so-called tax cheats.

Swedish infrastructure improvement obtain billions in funding from the  EU

Monday, 15 July 2013
Swedish infrastructure projects have been given a strong boost from an EU contribution of over Skr2.6 billion in funding.

Danish Social Democrats calls for reform of party donation rules to make political funding more open

Friday, 12 July 2013
Denmark is trying to improve on its politics by making it cleaner than it is. All information on cash flows to political parties should be publicly available, the Social Democrats Party contend.

Danish premier Thorning-Schmidt accepts that there is increasing inequality in the Danish Society

Tuesday, 09 July 2013
The Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt acknowledges that inequality has technically increased during her coalition government.

Swedish's Social Democrat, Stefan Löfven heaps praises on Nelson Mandela as he called for a Sweden where everyone has a shot in life.

Sunday, 07 July 2013
In the last day of Swedish political retreat in Visby, known here as Almedalen, the Social Democrats made the last call with the leader of the party, Stefan Löfven talking what his Sweden would look like if he get to the helm.

Rampant tax evasion hit Denmark as Dkr123 billion vamoosed to tax havens

Saturday, 06 July 2013
Tax evasion from Denmark has more than quadrupled in seven years. Evidence of this according to Danish authorities is that Denmark lost tax revenue for the equivalent of over Dkr120 billion.

The Swedish central bank, the Riksbank wants to know how much debt people have amassed

Friday, 05 July 2013
It is an open secret the Swedish household debts are astronomical but it seems the central bank does not know really how much people owe. Therefore, it has requested such information to be sent to them ASAP by the banks.

Mounting challenges to private ownership and management as Swedish politicians start reversing private operations in the welfare services.

Friday, 05 July 2013
If the current Swedish Red-Green opposition parties come to power after the 2014 elections, there are greater chances that private companies allowed today to operate and provide welfare services with profit motive as their "modi operandi" could be quarantined.

Sweden advices against travelling to Egypt and condemns any military action.

Thursday, 04 July 2013
Swedish Foreign Office has advised the Swedish people against travel to Egypt and writes that "Egypt can very quickly get into a downward spiral of progressively worse consequences," writes Foreign Minister Carl Bildt on his blog today.

Swedish Premier, Fredrik Reinfeldt vents his anger at the far rights Sweden Democrats and called for their absolute isolation

Thursday, 04 July 2013
Swedish Prime Minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt went on fierce attack against the Swedish far right party, the Sweden Democrats in his speech in Almedalen, at the Swedish political retreat in Visby on the island of Gotland.

Swedish people are against tax cuts

Wednesday, 03 July 2013
Swedish taxes are very high and the country is considered as one of the high tax paying country in the world but does one think this is something the Swedish people sleep less about, nope!

Sweden should participates with NATO's special forces in exercises or loose military support

Wednesday, 03 July 2013
The Swedish opposition party, the Social Democrats had been the stumbling bloc to Sweden's involvement with active operations with NATO. It has now agreed that Sweden should participate in NATO advanced rapid reaction forces exercises.

Swedish voters see lots of same things among the various political parties

Wednesday, 03 July 2013
New study shows that large majority, 67 percent, of the more than 1,550 respondents of a survey want to see major differences between the political parties in Sweden.

A growing number of businesses have started leaning how live with a Social Democrat victory after the next elections

Tuesday, 02 July 2013
For more than a year now, the Swedish opposition party, the Social Democrats has been leading in the opinion polls and as the election ticks closer and closer, there is a growing resignation on the side of businesses that the socialists are coming for sure.

Sweden and Russia in political crossroads as it emerged that Swedish diplomats in Russia secretly filmed

Tuesday, 02 July 2013
Sweden has once again reached a diplomatic impasse with Russia after it emerged that the Russian secretly filed the Swedish foreign minister.

Swedish opposition coalition continue to hold their ground in their fight for office in next election

Sunday, 30 June 2013
The Swedish opposition parties or the Red Green coalition continues to hold their ground in terms of voters' opinion as the general elections date getting closer and closer.

Sweden waiting to have a social democrat government after the next elections

Friday, 28 June 2013
Eight out of ten voters who sympathize with the Swedish Red-Green parties are beginning to feel comfortable that a social democratic government will be in place after the election in 2014.

Swedish companies start seeing Africa as a viable possible place to invest

Thursday, 27 June 2013
Swedish large cap companies have started shifting into Africa, a change of stance from a country where most business executives here thought that the Dark Continent was not fit for business purpose.

Sweden joined EU finance ministers reach draft agreement on bank bailouts

Thursday, 27 June 2013
Finance ministers from the European Union (EU) have agreed an outline plan on how to rescue troubled banks - without leaving taxpayers to face the bill. From the Swedish side of the agreement table, the Swedish Finance Minister, acknowledged that it was a "compromise Sweden can live with" but was not fully satisfied.

Swedish arm forces would like to practice with NATO Force though not yet fully joining NATO

Wednesday, 26 June 2013
Sweden praised by NATO as "a reliable partner" for its participation in NATO's military operations. Now the Swedish defence wants to practice with NATO's rapid reaction force and also to participate in future efforts though not being a full member yet.

Sweden under pressure from the EU to clean its economic mess or face troubles in the furture

Sunday, 23 June 2013
From outside, Sweden may look as if its house is really in order. No! it isn't and the country is currently running what many have been describing as a time bomb that if  remain unresolved or if no proper policy approaches are designed to resolve them, there would be serious consequences. As such, the EU is asking Sweden to seat up cleans this ASAP.

The Danish government loosens up the visa regulations to attract business travel

Sunday, 23 June 2013
Denmark misses out on investment and jobs when business travellers from foreign companies must wait many days on their visa application. As such there should be a rectification of the visa regime for it to be made more flexible.

Denmark could send troops to Mali and Golan Heights in the UN request

Friday, 21 June 2013
The Danes and the UN will have to wait a little longer for an answer about what Denmark will contribute to the UN mission to the Galan Height. But some movement are on the way for Denmark to contribute forces to Mali.

The state of the Swedish political parties this week - how are the parties faring with voters? Christian Democrats gained some grounds

Sunday, 16 June 2013
Difference between the various Swedish political  blocks has reduced as the governing Alliance lost support among women, a new opinion poll show.

Sweden could send troops to Syria but pressed to be part of a larger Scandinavian rapid fire force

Wednesday, 12 June 2013
There are indications in Sweden that Swedish troops could be sent to Syria after reports that Carl Bildt, foreign minister had a chat with Ban Ki-moon, UN secretary general.

Looks like Swedish people are fully making up their minds about their next government

Monday, 10 June 2013
Months after months the Swedish government and its Alliance coalition keep on loosing support in opinion polls. The latest one out today, Monday, show how the current governing coalition will struggle to keep power after the next election if the current opinion polls are to be believed.

Sweden's Social Democrat leader, Stefan Löfven takes big step towards popularity

Sunday, 09 June 2013
The leader of the Swedish Social Democrats party, Stefan Löfven who should be the next Prime Minister  should his current opposition party and coalition win the next election is seeing his popularity shift upwards somewhat.

Confidence booster to the British anti EU movement: A third of Danes wants to leave the EU as more of Europe expand scepticism

Thursday, 06 June 2013
The support is still small for the Danish context but it is getting significant when the Danes are questioned about their support for the EU. The Danish population, according to a new poll from Gallup are beginning to wonder away from the lofty European Union project.

The Swedish newspaper, which reported that Russia bomber fighters train close to its territory reported to the police.

Wednesday, 05 June 2013
The Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet that reported about Russian jet fighters practicing nears the Swedish border on good Friday night, with the Swedish military not reacting is reported to have been reported to the Swedish security police, SAPO.

Sweden's Christian-Democrat top politician feels that Sweden should join NATO

Wednesday, 05 June 2013
Christian Democrat defense policy spokesperson, Mikael Oscarsson want Sweden to become a member of NATO.

Swedish foreign minister Carl Bildt roughened at the Russian border - Forgot passport

Wednesday, 05 June 2013
Foreign Minister, Carl Bildt was stopped by border guards on Tuesday when during the Barents Sea meeting in Kirkenes in Norway tried to get into Russia to visit a church.

the  Swedish government accused of presiding over a failed energy policy

Tuesday, 04 June 2013
The Swedish government has been accused in a new data analysis of presiding over a failed and costly energy policy. This relates to the approach whereby electricity-intensive companies were provided tax credit worth billions for them to save electricity. it turned out that the policy, nevertheless, turned out to have woefully failed.

The steady, gradual, and persistent fall of the Swedish government - why is the Swedish government falling?

Tuesday, 04 June 2013
The Swedish central statistic office, Statistic Sweden reports a massive erosion of support for the Swedish conservative government. In plain language, if elections here held today, the Swedish opposition made up of the Red Green Coalition will sweep to power.

Swedish opposition now has a clear majority in a powerful opinion poll

Tuesday, 04 June 2013
If a general  election was to be held in Many 2013, the current governing political parties or the Alliance Coalition, at this moment would received 40.7 percent votes.

Swedish government getting weaker support than normal

Monday, 03 June 2013
For the second time this year, it has been consistently shown that the Social Democrats and the Greens party together are getting greater than the four government parties, a new opinion poll for the Swedish daily, Dagens Nyheter show.

How the Swedish far right party, Sweden Democrats leader became the highest paid politician in Sweden

Sunday, 02 June 2013
The head of the Swedish far right party has emerged the best-paid politician in the country with much of the pay coming from taxpayers, which includes those his hard anti immigration, anti EU and racist rhetoric are attacking.

Sweden to send (civilian) more forces to Mali under the UN banner

Thursday, 30 May 2013
The Swedish government wants to extend Sweden's participation in the UN mission in Mali, West Africa by sending more troops there according to a proposal from the government presented to the Parliament today.

Prescription by Anders Borg, Swedish Finance Minister on how Europe could be saved

Wednesday, 29 May 2013
The European economic crisis persists hurting other countries such as Sweden, which is not a member of the Europe zone single currency. As Europeans politicians stumble over each other seeking solutions, the Swedish finance minister thinks that her has some ideas on how Europe could be saved.

Sweden's economy is doing better than expected as GDP unexpectedly grew

Wednesday, 29 May 2013
The Swedish economy grew more that expected as the gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.6 percent in the first quarter of this year, compared to the quarter before.
If compared with the corresponding quarter of 2012, the growth rate stood at 1.7 percent, which is significantly above the European average, according to Statistics Sweden.

Swedish economic growth turned to be weaker than normal- NIER

Friday, 24 May 2013
Swedish economic growth has turned out to present a weaker that normal growth, according to the Swedish National Institute for Economic Research (NIER).

The social democrats and its Alliance getting ready of the Swedish office - New opinion polls say

Thursday, 23 May 2013
The Swedish Social Democrats and its opposition coalition  are doing well when it comes to the political feelings among voters. New opinion poll shows that they are surely on their ways to the Swedish governing office if the polls where to be believed.

Denmark agrees to assist Afghan interpreters and to grant then refugee status

Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Denmark will assist the interpreters and other local employees who worked for the Danish forces in Afghanistan, the Danish Minister of Defence announced today.

Swedish Green party move a step forward while Christian Democrats shifting toward extinction - New Opinion poll

Sunday, 19 May 2013
New opinion poll out on Sunday taking the temperature of the Swedish political scene show how the Christian Democrats are struggling to keep with a very tough crowd and the Green party see light at the end of its tunnel.

Norway to cut aid to Tanzania by 2025 but to increase it to impoverished Malawi

Friday, 17 May 2013
Norway believes that it is now time to stop giving hand outs or economic aid to some African countries such as Tanzania. In that light, International Development minister, Heikki Holmås is working the most subtle ways of cutting down aid to Tanzania.

More Swedish tax refugees give up to the Swedish taxman and return more money from tax havens

Friday, 17 May 2013
Billion to the treasury as the Swedish government has so far received Skr1.3 billion from the previous fiscal or tax refugees who have now given up running and declared their hidden assets.

Swedish political decision, policy design and implantation heavily influenced by lobbyists who are making brisk business in the PR trade

Thursday, 16 May 2013
There is the growing presence of professional lobbyist in Sweden. For the period of 20 years lobbyist have increased from 100 to 700-800 and they are making impressive money given that where decision making is, there is money.

Increased support for Sweden's NATO membership

Thursday, 16 May 2013
Support for a Swedish accession to NATO has risen, but still a majority of Swedes stand against membership in the alliance.

UK Secretary of State John Kerry visits Sweden to participate in Artic council meeting

Tuesday, 14 May 2013
U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry touched down at Stockholm's Arlanda airport today for a visit to Sweden to participate in the Arctic Council's meeting held in Sweden.

Denmark a very active member of NATO asks: Are we going to war in Syria?

Monday, 13 May 2013
Turkey, a NATO member may attack Syria and thus indirectly draws Denmark - into Syria's civil war. Then the Danes are asking whether they are going to war in Syria?

"Swedish companies must update their Africa-image," Ander Borg

Friday, 10 May 2013
Swedish companies and the popular view in Sweden is that Africa is a poor-debt-ridden, economic aid reliant, made up of banana republics, which no one can do business with. Things are not as being described as it supposed to be so the Swedish Finance Minister Anders Borg is calling on Swedish companies to change their mentality about Africa for their own good.

Swedish government coalition continues to lose ground as far right regain lost grounds.

Thursday, 09 May 2013
The Swedish government's Alliance coalition is losing voter's support if the latest opinion poll published today was to be taken seriously.

Danish Food Minister furious with Sweden for Swedish contaminate fish illegally sold to Denmark

Wednesday, 08 May 2013
Danish food, agriculture, and fisheries minister, Mette Gjerskov is livid after the news that Swedish toxic fish has been illegally exported to his country.

Effects of slow economic growth affect Swedish Central government borrowing rises more than expected

Wednesday, 08 May 2013
The Swedish national debt is increasing and is now, as at late April, at Skr1,212 billion.

Norway lowers GDP forecast

Tuesday, 07 May 2013
The Norwegian growth will reach 1.4 percent this year, according to a revised forecast from Norway's finance ministry.

When former far right Politian shifts to one-step to the left or the Moderate party

Sunday, 05 May 2013
Some say - once a far right will always be a far right especially at heart, so when a former far right politician shifted to the Moderate party, the question being asked is for what?

Swedish politicians clashed on TV as debate on jobs and unemployment stole the show

Sunday, 05 May 2013
Unemployment, lack of jobs, welfare cashing by big corporation with offshore accounts, education, immigration saw the head of the Swedish political parties represented in the parliament descended on the national television on Sunday night and hit each other with zingers.

Swedish far right political party - Sweden Democrats seems to be rally reversing as it start falling from the polls

Wednesday, 01 May 2013
The Swedish far right political force, the Sweden Democrats seem to be in permanent decline if the compilation of five major polls done by polling organisation Novus for radio Sweden is realistic. For example, the party has seen its poll and immediately started reversing from its peak of 8.8 percent in March to 7.8 in April.

Swedish government continues to fight back from poor opinion rating

Tuesday, 30 April 2013
Confidence in the current Swedish bourgeoisie government continues to tumble and there is a consensus emerging that the opposition Red - Green could do a better jobs in governing the country.

Denmark still leads as European most taxed country

Monday, 29 April 2013
Danish tax burden of 47.7 percent is the highest in the EU. The lower corporate tax will move Denmark from the 10th to 13th most expensive place to do business.

Far right party, Sweden Democrats experience some of its biggest falls in recent opinion polling

Sunday, 28 April 2013
In a new statistically significant poll conducted to test the political climate in Sweden, presented recently, far right party, Sweden Democrats is seeing its political fortunes fading.

Black people again on the breath of Swedish far right party - No good

Friday, 26 April 2013
A parliamentarian from the Swedish far right party, the Sweden Democrats, has come up again with another derogatory remark about the Black Africans.

Continuous tussle between two aspiring personalities to lead Sweden in the future

Friday, 26 April 2013
Although it is very easy for the Swedish people to develop fatigue in a political leader after he has been in office for long,  the current and present prime minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt continues to be rated higher in the mind of voters.

Russian spy plane flew between Öland and Gotland and Sweden did nothing

Thursday, 25 April 2013
Russian military has once again surprised Sweden with another military practise near the Swedish border and Sweden has not reacted.

Swedish governing coalition continued to be thumped in the polls by the opposition

Thursday, 25 April 2013
The Social Democrats, the Left Party and the Green Party (red-Green Coalition) have together gained a 49.5 percent of voter support in the latest voters' opinion poll ran by Swedish television, TV4 conducted by polling organisation Novus.

Swedish far right party, the Sweden Democrats growing exponentially in southern Sweden as money keep son tumbling in

Monday, 22 April 2013
If the election were held today, the Sweden Democrats, the radical far right party, would get 16 percent of the vote to the Regional Council of Skåne, Southern Sweden.

Swedish political parties loose members but are expected to be fed with billions of taxpayer money

Thursday, 18 April 2013
One great thing about the Swedish political system is that it is not awash with money like the type seen in places such as the USA. This means that political system would be less bias towards a particular interest group. But political parties are loosing members.

Swedish central bank, the Riksbank leave rate unchanged

Wednesday, 17 April 2013
The Swedish central bank or the Riksbank has decided to leave its key interest rate unchanged at 1.0 percent. The Riksbank forecasts show that the rate will not be increased until the second half of 2014.

Easy to tell when Swedish people get tired of a political system  but are they really ready to change as opposition continue to expand their lead.

Wednesday, 17 April 2013
The Swedish Red-Green opposition coalition continues to increase its lead in the Swedish political scene with yet again another opinion showing that improved performance. One problem is that they have lost their majority.

Swedish unemployment rate will not decrease in the nearest coming years

Monday, 15 April 2013
Swedish unemployment will remain above 8 percent for years, the government presented in its spring budget and which Scandinavian companies and market has seen.

Swedish minister of finance, Anders Borg lowers Swedish growth forecast

Sunday, 14 April 2013
The Swedish economy would not grow next year as would have been expected. The Minister Finance, Ander Borg said that growth for next year is being downgraded further in the spring budget, which Mr. Borg presents tomorrow.

Social Democrats and its coalition, the Red-Green bloc maintain their strong hold in Swedish opinion polls

Sunday, 14 April 2013
Swedish voters seem ready to change the political landscape of the country in the next general election if the opinion polls being published recently are realistic. It has been a while since the Social Democrats party and its coalition - the Red Green coalition lead the opinion polls, and that lead seems to continue to resist any attempts to weaken that momentum.

In the war between religion and democratic, racial and gender equality principles, a muslim chooses his religious roots over the former

Saturday, 13 April 2013
Omar Mustafa, the official with a Muslim background elected to the executive level of Social Democratic party has submitted his resignation from that position after pressure was heaped on him.

Conflict between democracy, freedom, religion, and culture in Swedish Social Democratic Party. Omar Mustafa must choose between Swedish political model or Muslim religious model

Saturday, 13 April 2013
Sweden has its own difficulties when it comes to diversity of its people in public life. However, one thing is clear, Sweden leads in areas of freedom - freedom of warship, press, gender equality, and democracy among others in the world. So how should a typical Muslim work in a Swedish political party such as the Social Democrats?

Sweden ranked most socially advanced country, a new Social Progress Index rank countries using another methodology

Friday, 12 April 2013
The new index  - Social Progress Index, SPI, has completely ignores the traditional measure of economic growth, GDP, and focus instead on the social factors that measure the standard of living. That has placed Sweden on top of the world as the best country.

Sweden would start giving economic aid to Mali

Thursday, 11 April 2013
Sweden will begin paying out bilateral aid to the Malian government again. The assistance, which was frozen after the military coup in March last year, is worth Skr250 million per year.

Sweden continues to be weary about the "provocative behaviour" of North Korea

Wednesday, 10 April 2013
Sweden is worried about the provocative behaviours of North Korea especially when it emerged today, the deadline for war to start and that it will likely test fire a missile.

As North Korea told embassies that they would not be protected, Sweden is concerned

Saturday, 06 April 2013
On Friday, North Korea's Foreign Ministry called the foreign embassies, including the Swedish, to a meeting on the situation in North Korea. In it, North Korea announced that it couldn't guarantee the security of the Western embassies after 10 April.

Social Democrats are loosing members - now have just a fewer older members.

Thursday, 04 April 2013
The Swedish Social Democrats party is facing up to a new reality. The aggressive quest for wealth by the younger Swedish people these days have made them to loath socialist tendencies and prefer more capitalistic and wealth chasing ideals. As such  Democrats is seeing its membership based shrinking very fast.

The Swedish government criticises the opposition's lowest unemployment calls. "How can they achieve that," Borg ponders.
Thursday, 04 April 2013
The Swedish government via its finance minister, Anders Borg has criticised the opposition, Social Democrats for making a very bold and "unrealistic" statement that they have an approach to make Sweden have the lowest unemployment in Europe.

The Social Democrat party wants to make Sweden a country with the lowest unemployment in Europe - how?

Wednesday, 03 April 2013
The Swedish opposition party, the Social Democrats are poised to make Sweden a country with the lowest level of unemployment in Europe. Enjoying a growing support from the voting public, the party seem to have secured an understanding of what the Swedish voters really want now - Jobs.

Far right party, Sweden Democrats is attractive to Swedish Entrepreneurs

Tuesday, 02 April 2013
The Swedish radical far right political party, the Sweden Democrats is gaining astronomical support from Swedish entrepreneurs, more that other parties such as Centre Party and the Green Party, a new opinion poll show.

Swedish Social Democrat crave more ethnic diversity in the party as it continues to renew and rejuvenate itself

Monday, 1 April 2013
The Swedish Social Democrats party will likely take office if the opinion pulls presented recently hold in a new election. But the party has one major problem it wants to address, diversifying the party along ethnic lines. The question is could that be possible?

Sweden ponders what to do with North Korean refugees in Sweden as the North and South Koreas talk war

Monday, 01 April 2013
Sweden has thought of repatriating some North Korea refugees back to South Korea although the two countries are currently taking war. But that situation can change if an all out war break out.

Social Democrats continues to edge ahead in opinion polls in Sweden

Monday, 01 April 2013
Swedish Social Democrats party continues to move forward in voters support according to news opinion poll release on Easter Monday.

Sweden to crush economic aid to some Latin America countries

Sunday, 31 March 2013
Swedish economic assistance or economic aid to some countries in Latin America are to be crushed and stopped, in a proposal from Gunilla Carlsson, head of the Swedish International Development Cooperation (SIDA).

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