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Right-wing extremists becoming 'more active'

Published tisdag 25 juni 2013 kl 10.18
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Groups on the extreme right wing are expanding their activities, according to a new report from the Expo Foundation, which monitors extreme right-wing groups in Sweden.

Expo claims that such groups' activities - including meetings, study circles and distribution of flyers and posters - increased by 24 percent in 2012.

Anders Dalsbro of Expo told Swedish Radio News that one organisation in particular - Svenskarnas Parti, or the Party of Swedes - stands for the biggest increase in activity.

One reason this party is becoming more active, says Dalsbro, is that elections are coming up next year and they are aiming to claim seats in local administrations.

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