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Prime Minister Reinfeldt is sceptical about making changes to the EU

Emergency EU summit this Wednesday

Published måndag 24 oktober 2011 kl 16.20
"The legitimacy of democratic governments is at stake"
(4:31 min)
Sweden's Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, right, speaks with the media as he arrives for an EU summit in Brussels. Photo: Thierry Charlier/AP Photo/Scanpix

The European Union is rushing against the clock to save itself. Leaders are aiming to reach an agreement and, they hope, end the eurozone debt crisis at a emergency summit on Wednesday. To get a sense of what's happening and how it could affect Sweden and the entire EU, Radio Sweden spoke to Sverker Gustavsson. He headed the Swedish Network for European Studies from 1997 to 2009 and he's currently a political scientist professor at the department of government at Upsalla University.

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