Swedish Far right party Sweden Democrat politician threatened with expulsion


Tuesday, 19 April 2011
The Swedish society is trying hard to cool down the temperature of the over radical character of its far right party, the Sweden Democrats and no party in the Swedish parliament has seen its members dismissed from political jobs because of bad behaviour like the party

Recently, it emerge that one of the Sweden Democrats' most successful local politicians, Allan J�nsson in the locality of Bjuv, in southern Sweden has been  threatened with expulsion after criticizing the Party’s leadership, writes local news paper, Helsingborgs Dagblad.


J�nsson complained among other things that the party has been irritated on the fact that he put forward criticism of its management in the media. He feels that party leadership has increased its distance from its members and is weak in pushing forward with their objectives.

J�nsson is a member of the City Council in Bjuv, where Sweden Democrats received the most votes in the 2010 election, 19.3 percent. Allan Jonsson received the most personal votes in local elections.
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