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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 9 november 2007 kl 08.53
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In the wake of recent scandals surrounding politicians and top civil servants, we ask whether Swedes feel their law makers should be beyond reproach.

Integration or assimilation? How do immigrants to Sweden from throughout the world make this Nordic nation home sweet home?

We also bring you a full round-up of news from Sweden.

Closing music: ”Killing for Love”, José González

An issue that has dominated the news this week is the failure of high ranking Swedish civil servants to pay tax on household services.

We talk to Inger Arenander, a leading political journalist on Swedish domestic affairs here at Radio Sweden, to discuss the recent row and its political fallout.

And how seriously do Swedes themselves consider cheating the tax man?

Tens of thousands of asylum seekers set their hopes on Sweden.

Over the past few months we’ve been putting a face to those who do end up settling here.

In the final instalment of our mini-series, we ask how do immigrants turn a new country into home sweet home?

And we turn the tables: instead of asking what Sweden can do for its new citizens, we ask what can new citizens do for Sweden?

Our journalism is based on credibility and impartiality. Swedish Radio is independent and not affiliated to any political, religious, financial, public or private interests.
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