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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 7 juli 2006 kl 11.48
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Left Perty leader, Lars Ohly sees red over Sweden's weapons imports from Israel
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In the programme:

The annual get together of Sweden’s politicians, media and lobbyists on the Baltic island of Gotland continues to dominate the news agenda this week -

Left Party leader Lars Ohly speaks out on the programme on the weapons industry and calls Sweden’s import of weapons from Israel - ”shameful”

Sweden incognito - we take a look at the cultural differences in Sweden and the potential for embarrassing, infuriating but also sometimes amusing cross cultural misunderstandings.

Closing music: ”Epese” Ale Möller Band

All this week, we’ve been bringing you the top stories from Almedalen, the political highlight of the summer when politicians take to the stage with their party platforms. Gaby Katz has been reporting from Visby and today, it’s time to turn the spotlight on the Left Party:

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