Disagreement over Sweden's preparedness against terrorism

In a debate on Swedish Television Sunday, terrorism expert Magnus Ranstorp said that Sweden is not prepared to deal with an attack, and that the country is too polarized.

But Minister of the Interior Anders Ygeman responded that that is an exaggeration. He said that Sweden's situation is fairly good, but the country needs to do more to prevent radicalisation and recruiting into terrorism.

This is why, Ygeman says, he wants to invest more money in preventative measures. He also said that the current laws are too weak, which is why the government wants to criminalize the organization, recruiting and financing of terrorism.