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Sweden

This page features Democracy Now’s coverage from Sweden in July 2014, when we broadcast from the city of Visby, on the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea, during Almedalen Week — a week-long political festival where every Swedish political party is represented, from the Social Democrats to the Greens to the Feminist Initiative party, along with hundreds of other political organizations.

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