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Right-wing Swedish party wins seats in parliament for first time

Sweden Democrats win 20 of the 349 seats


 

After Sweden’s general election on Sunday, a right-wing, anti-immigration party has captured 20 of the 349 seats seats. It is the first time that the party, the Sweden Democrats, has ever won seats in parliament and means that the governing coalition of Green and centre-left Social Democrats do not have an overall majority. Though the ruling parties say they stand united,
the Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt says that he will not form a coalition with the far right party. The Sweden Democrat’s success is largely attributed to anti-immigrant sentiment in the country.

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Right-wing Swedish party wins seats in parliament for first time

  1. Going to be seeing more of this worldwide…

    • Yep. This will be the story, along with elected minority governments, from now on. Pushback is starting now.

  2. Good for them. People will start taking action if the governments of the Western World are either unwilling or to afraid to stand up to Muslim aggression.