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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 14 september 2006 kl 11.15
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Center Party Leader Maud Olofsson
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A new Swedish study warns that youngsters here are getting too much sugar in their food and drink.

We meet doctor who’s decided to return a prestigious international award he won for his anti-tobacco campaign because of what he calls political complacency. 

And a woman prime minister! Center Party Leader Maud Olofsson shares her dreams for Sweden with our reporter.

Closing Music: ABBA ”The Winner Takes It All”

A new Swedish study warns that youngsters in this Scandinavian country are getting too much sugar in their food and drink, and that is setting an unhealthy and dangerous pattern for the rest of their lives.

In these days of election fever not all social issues are given prominence. Here’s Azariah Kiros with the story of a doctor who’s decided to return a prestigious international award he won for his anti-tobacco campaign because of what he calls political complacency.

Time now for the last part of our party leader portraits ahead of Sunday’s general election. The Center Party has been a staunch supporter of the phasing out of nuclear power.  But, as one of the Alliance for Sweden parties, there’s been a change. Gaby Katz finds out why. 

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