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Radio Sweden Weekly: Eurovision comes to town and the Greens choose new leaders
Tor 12 maj 2016 kl 16:30
Sweden's Environment Minister Åsa Romson stepped down, as Isabella Lövin was nominated as new co-leader of the Green Party. We bring you the inside story, plus a historical look at Eurovision.

We also discuss what the Green Party crisis means for the environment, with the editor of influential green blog Supermiljöbloggen, Beatrice Rindevall.

And consider what role Eurovision has played in Sweden's history, and its international relations, with historian David Lindén.

Producer: Loukas Christodoulou.

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