PM testifies on American embassy surveillance
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt told parliament’s Committee on the Constitution Tuesday that his government did everything it could following the revelations that the American Embassy in Stockholm conducted possibly illegal camera surveillance of its surroundings.
The prime minister said it was the job of the police to investigate if a crime had been committed. It would be improper, Reinfeldt said, if it might seem as if the government could challenge the actions of the proper authorities.
The American Embassy surveillance was one of several issues the prime minister testified about.