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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 19 januari 2007 kl 11.55
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Coming up:

She’s being called the Swedish left’s very own ”comeback kid”. 11 years after a very public purging from the party - Mona Sahlin is nominated to lead the opposition Social Democrats. Inside Sweden talks to her about the future.

Sweden’s Serbian and Kosovo-Albanian communities are watching Serbia’s parliamentary elections closely. We speak to Swedish election observers in Belgrade ahead of this Sunday’s poll.

Then, we meet a band of enthusiasts who are doing their bit to introduce ”the heat and the passion” of Latin America film to these northern climes. 

Closing music: ”Fadime” by Richard Sseruwagi

Sweden’s largest political party, the opposition Social Democrats, will chose party veteran Mona Sahlin as new party leader. The decision by the party’s election committee was unanimous.  Our reporter Azariah Kiros caught up with Mona Sahlin and asked her about the how she she feels about being the first female leader in the party’s 118 year history:

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