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Far right party, Sweden Democrats wants to work with opposition


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Wednesday, 13 April 2011
The Swedish far right party, Sweden democrat has been collaborating with the government parties in the parliament on bills but they are still an isolated and lonely party.

They are hated and ignore most of the time. The party hates this and it’s getting into their skin. Johnny Skalin of the Sweden democrats has called for wider cooperation with the opposition on the spring budget.
“I hold out a hand to the opposition so that we can create a majority to resolve the situation for the sick, the unemployed and for spending on welfare, "he said.

He also called for a more responsible immigration policy and reiterated that Sweden received far too many immigrants for too short a time.
Anders Borg defended the Swedish transparency - Without it, Sweden would have been stampeded on a ground floor, according to Borg.
By Scancomark.se Tean


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