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Neo-Nazi controversy at Almedalen, Volvo goes electric, and the comeback of “ni”
Tor 06 jul kl 16:30
On this week’s program, Radio Sweden goes to Almedalen Week in Visby.

We have an interview with one of the protesters against the participation of the neo-Nazi Nordic Resistance Movement in Sweden’s biggest political week of the year. An organizer of the event explains why they were granted permission to participate.

Swedish Radio’s political commentator, Tomas Ramberg, talks about the themes of Almedalen Week and how it has moved away from being an event for the people to one for lobbyists.

Volvo announces that they will go electric in 2019 and 50 years ago this week the word “ni”, the courtly, formal form of you, fell out of fashion.

Producer/presenter: Spenser Bomholt Fain

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