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State Pharmacies Distributed Party Political Material

Published onsdag 5 oktober 2005 kl 11.15

Sweden’s state pharmacies have been criticized for distributing leaflets about the Social Democratic government’s proposed budget.

A leading opposition politician says a public monopoly should not be a propaganda office for the governing party. After the protest, the pharmacies withdrew the leaflets from their stores.

There are 900 state pharmacies in this country of 9 million, the only places where prescription drugs or even aspirin can be sold. The opposition has previously called for a break-up of the monopoly.

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