SSU chairwoman Jytte Guteland
party leader debate

Social Democrat youth demand transparency

The Social Democrat’s youth organisation, SSU, has started a campaign against the party’s lack of transparency when it comes to finding a new party leader.

A lot of criticism has been directed against the party since it insists on keeping negotiations out of the public eye and not even allowing their own party members insight in the process.

The organisation now encourages their members and anyone else to directly contact those responsible for the extra party congress later this year, where current leader Mona Sahlin will be replaced.

“We are convinced that this is an open and modern way to discuss both politics and person,” says SSU chairwoman Jytte Guteland, in a press release.  

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