Radio Sweden Wednesday

Saab under investigation over bribery allegations relating to dealings in the Czech Republic.

More verbal battles over Sweden’s much criticised school system.

And we hear from the outgoing Secretary-General of Amnesty International in Sweden.

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Two of Sweden’s political parties are demanding that a government commission is set up to look into claims that the aerospace and defence company Saab is implicated in a bribery scandal. Swedish prosecutors are looking into just how far Saab was prepared to go to sell 24 Gripen combat aircraft to the Czech military. Tom McAlinden has more:

There’s new controversy over the much-criticized Swedish school system – this time aimed at the universities – adding fuel to the political wrangling between the Center-right coalition government and the opposition. Mark Cummins reports:

The Secretary-General of the Swedish branch of Amnesty International, Carl Söderbergh, is leaving the organisation next month. In a conversation with Azariah Kiros he dicusses some of the major issues he’s been involved with including Swedish violations of human rights:

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