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Radio Sweden Thursday

Publicerat torsdag 30 mars 2006 kl 12.28
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Parliament's Committee on the Constitution
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Sweden’s Prime Minister and five senior ministers take the blame for their slow response to the Asian Tsunami.

Is the 7 year reign of terror by a serial rapist known as ”Haga Man” really over? Police arrest a man after a tip-off.

Sweden’s acting Foreign Minister is barred from visiting Darfur.

And Just how corrupt is Sweden as a nation? We’ll find out.

Closing Music. The Knife ” Marble House”

After weeks of investigation, the Swedish Parliament’s Committee on the Constitution into the  government’s response to the Asian Tsunami disaster published it’s findings Thursday with harsh criticism of six ministers including Prime Minister Göran Persson. Mark Cummins has more:

Sweden’s acting Foreign Minister Carin Jämtin has been barred from visiting the troubled Sudanese region of Darfur. The official explanation given by the Sudanese was that the governor of the town had objected to her visit because of the brief publication of the Mohammed cartoons on a Swedish web site. But as Azariah Kiros reports the minister suspects that is not the whole explanation:

For the last seven years, the women of Umeå, a university town in the north of Sweden, have lived in fear of a serial rapist known as ”Haga Man”. Now though, police believe they have their man. Our reporter Serena Möller can bring us the latest developments:

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