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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 12 februari 2007 kl 10.49
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Jimmy Åkesson, partyleader for the Sweden Democrats
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Money for nothing! The anti-immigrant party, the Sweden Democrats, continue to get financial support from local councils despite not being able to fill their mandates.

The United Nations Human Rights Council was set up last year to replace the much criticised UN Human Rights Commission. But the new Council is no less controversial.

And later in the program, join Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller for a look at the Swedish cultural scene. Today we meet a young Swedish actor sent to the film festival in Berlin to help launch an international career. And a well-known Swiss artist, making her Scandinavian solo debut at a Stockholm gallery she rates among the best in the world of art.

Closing Music: Bo Kaspers Orkester & Lisa Ekdahl ”Svårt att säga nej”

It’s been revealed that the anti-immigrant Sweden Democrat party is getting financial support from local councils even if it hasn’t been able to fill seats won in September’s elections. Dave Russsell reports:

The United Nations Human Rights Council was set up last year to replace the much criticised UN Human Rights Commission. But the new Council is no less controversial. As Azariah Kiros reports, the new UN body has its supporters and opponents:

Over now to Bill Schiller for a look at the Swedish cultural scene. Today we meet a young actor trying to launch an international career, and a Swiss artist making her Scandinavian debut:


 

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