20 years since Sweden voted no to the Euro

5:49 min
  • It's 20 years since Sweden voted 'No' to adopting the Euro. But with the krona struggling in recent months, surveys show that support is starting to trickle up again, putting the idea back on the political agenda.

  • Johan Pehrson, party leader of the Liberals tells Radio Sweden the country should adopt the Euro without a second referendum, while other MPs are more sceptical to the idea of joining the single European currency.

  • Hear why and listen to more politicians from some of the major political parties on their view of Sweden's relationship with the Euro today.