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Tuesday’s Edition

Published tisdag 12 september 2006 kl 11.00
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Left Party Leader Lars Ohly
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Yesterday the world remembered the 9/11 terrorist attacks, today experts ask if the war on terror threatens individual integrity and human rights.

We’ll also continue our pre-election coverage. Just five days to go until Sweden’s general election. Today we meet Lars Ohly. Swedish foreign and domestic policy through the eyes of the Left Party.

Closing Music: Lisa Miskovsky ”Little Bird”

In the post 9/11 world, a number of governments have approved legislation aimed at preventing future crimes. But concerned voices at a conference in Stockholm have warned that some of these measures are real threats to human rights and individual integrity:

In some ways Sweden has never gotten over the tragedy and loss of lives when the Estonia passenger ferry sank in 1994. Now, a high profile member of the Swedish Parliament says the government is covering up the truth about the disaster:

Who will win Sweden’s general election? While we can’t possibly guess the outcome in what looks to be a tight race, we can help you get to know the various party heads. From the Middle East to weary Swedish voters here’s what Sweden’s Left Party has to say:

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