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MP "tweets" from secret parliament meeting

Published måndag 7 mars 2011 kl 12.09
Twitter. Photo: Scanpix

The head of the Swedish Parliament's Europe committee is on the warpath, after it was revealed that one of its members was using the social media site Twitter to say what was being discussed during the meeting, even though the meetings are supposed to be secret.

Chairman Carl B Hamilton from the Liberal Party says he has now sent a letter to all the parliament's group leaders to protest. The twittering MP in question, Kent Ekeroth from the Sweden Democrats, later removed his comments from the site, and claimed they had only been online for a few minutes, reports news agency TT.

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