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Discussion on Afghanistan troops

Published tisdag 26 oktober 2010 kl 11.14
Opposition leader Mona Sahlin is positive about the chances of reaching an agreement

Politicians across the political divide are talking now on the future of Swedish troops in Afghanistan.

The Social Democrats' Mona Sahlin left the prime minister's office on Tuesday morning saying that she has high hopes for an agreement next week.

The centre-right government is reaching out to its opponents in order to gather support before its proposal is put before the parliament on the fourth of November, next week.

The red-greens want a date set for the end of the Swedish military mission, while the government opposes this plan.

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