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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 22 mars 2006 kl 11.11
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The fallout from the foreign minister’s resignation on Tuesday continues…but what are opinion makers and the man on the street saying about the latest in the Freivald’s saga.

As Sweden’s King Carl Gustav approaches his 60th birthday, a new book reflects on the life of this complex man.

And in this month’s edition of EUROPEFILE:  the voice of the people has been heard.  The Palestinians elect Hamas, but the European Union says that is not its type of democracy.  And an ultra-conservative party gets the boot at the European Parliament.

Closing music:  ”Sing For Me” – Andreas Johnson

Foreign Minister Laila Freivalds took herself out the line of fire Tuesday when she resigned her government post. Was she incompetent or a scapegoat? Gaby Katz reports:

Time now for Radio Sweden’s monthly edition of Europe File with Azariah Kiros:

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