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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 26 juli 2006 kl 11.22
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A new, and already vandalized, speed camera
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The government is sending a clear message that ”Speed kills.” Determined to stop speeding motorists they are installing speed cameras around the country.

And why do the six most powerful members of the European Union meet behind the backs of the other member states? And what can be expected of the Finnish EU presidency which started at the beginning of the month? Find out in this months edition of ”EuropeFile.”

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Sweden has one of the highest road death per population ratios in the world. While drunk-driving accounts for a third of all deaths, the government is also determined to crack down on speeding motorists with the message ”Speed kills.” With that in mind, a new wave of speed cameras are to hit Sweden, a move not universally popular.

Why do the six most powerful members of the European Union meet behind the backs of the other member states? And what can be expected of the Finnish EU presidency which started at the beginning of the month? Azariah Kiros finds out in EuropeFile.

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