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A look back on the week's talking points

Published fredag 27 april 2012 kl 10.52
A look back on the stories making the headlines in Sweden this week
(28 min)
Margareta Winberg ended up in a photo with former government ministers. Photo: Marianne Andersson/Miljödepartementet

It's been a week in which a Chinese prime minister visited Sweden for the first time in 28 years, a leading politician put her foot in it, and a pensioner enjoyed a government banquet even though noone knew who she was. Aftonbladet editorial writer, Anders Lindberg, and Executive Director of the Timbro Media Institute, Roland Poirier Martinsson, debated the week's major talking points with Radio Sweden's Dave Russell.

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