Radio Sweden Saturday

It’s already been called the Saffron Revolution. Led by the country’s monks in their saffron coloured robes, the uprising by the religious leaders, later joined by ordinary people, came as a complete surprise and shock to the brutal military junta in Burma or Myanmar as the country is officially called these days. 

The melting of the ice on the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro prompts Sweden’s prime minister to set up an international commission to study the relationship between international development assistance and climate change. 

Former Swedish Prime Minister Göran Persson is accused of taking advantage of the labyrinthine tax system to boost his income, the very same thing he criticed business leaders for when he was in power.

Music: Jorden är ett litet rum, Eva Dahlgren

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