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Moderates Present Election Strategy

Published lördag 6 februari 2010 kl 14.16
Reinfeldt addresses his party's election focus weekend

Sweden's prime minister launched his conservative Moderate party's election strategy on Saturday, aiming to woo women voters from the opposition alliance and lower txes for the less well off.

In a speech to Moderate party sympathisers in Upplands Väsby , Fredrik Reinfeldt outlined his stategy to lower income taxes for low and medium wage earners and increase rights for women in the workplace.

Reinfeldt also told Radio Sweden that public finances were in a better shape than many other countries in Europe.

Party Chairman Per Schlingman said the party would be using old fashioned door step campaigning as well as the internet in their campain for September's election.

The opposition Social Democrat economic spokesperson Thomas Östros said that the Moderate party and the Centre party which also held a rally at the weekend, had begun their campaigns with promises of unfinanced tax cuts which would threaten the stability of the economy and was a threat against Sweden's Welfare system.

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