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Critics Blast New Swedish Law Against Football Hooligans: Not Tough Enough

Published fredag 20 mars 2009 kl 13.02

Some Swedish are blaming the coming law on combating soccer football hooliganism for being too soft and failing to keep trouble makers away from sports arenas.

The minister of justice says the law coming into effect on April 1st is the best that can be done now – making it easier to throw out trouble makers from the arenas and increasing their fines.

She adds that it would take another year before other called-for measures could be approved – such as making public space outside of the areas off limits to suspected hooligans and demanding that they report to the police far away from the arenas during the matches.

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