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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 3 april 2006 kl 13.15
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Moderate Party Secretary Sven Otto Littorin admits his party has to do better.
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Sweden’s liberal-conservative Moderate Party comes under fire for not having any immigrants on their electoral lists.

Promoting Democracy: the Club de Madrid met in Stockholm last week and Radio Sweden was there.

Then in today’s Spectrum of the arts, we meet three young Swedish singers who have just launched their first CD and returned from a successful tour in Japan.

Closing Music: Graaf ”You Got (What I Want)”

As election fever runs high here in Sweden, the Conservative Moderate Party is being criticised for failing to have any immigrants and few women on their electoral lists. Serena Möller reports:

A group of former heads of state and government were gathered in Stockholm last week to discuss the promotion of democracy in the world. Azariah Kiros has more:

Sweden’s Equal Opportunities Ombudsman has demanded this country’s withdrawal from this Summer’s soccer World Cup in Germany, due to fears that prostitution is blossoming on the sidelines. Mark Cummins has more:

Over now to Bill Schiller for another edition of Spectrum of the Arts:

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