Upcoming event: The Morning After – A Liberal Breakfast on the Swedish Elections

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The Swedish Parliament

Recently, Sweden has been marked by a heatwave causing major forest fires that even called European countries to come to aid. Domestically, the fires influenced the ongoing election campaign quite significantly. Other hotly debated issues were migration and violent crime.

The two big unknowns prior to the elections are how well the Swedish far-right will do, and whether the results of the Social Democrats will reach a historic low. Given this situation it seems uncertain how and with whom a governing coalition can come into being. However, what is certain is that the political landscape in Sweden will change substantially.

What will be the outcome for the two liberal parties Centerpartiet and Liberalerna? Where do liberal forces stand after the election? Where is Sweden – known as the pillar of tolerance and stability – heading to? How could a change in Swedish politics with regards to the European Union look like? Join us and our distinguished liberal speakers, as we discuss these and other questions on the morning after the elections.

 

A joint event series of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom and ALDE Party

 

Monday, 10 September 2018

Registration & Light Breakfast: 8:15h

Event: 8:30 – 9:30h

 

Venue: ALDE Party HQ, Rue d’Idalie 11, 1050 Brussels

 

Kindly register for this event by 7 September 2018 at https://tinyurl.com/SwedishBreakfast *

 

 

Speakers:

Thomas Grönberg

Liberalerna

 

Joakim Bogdanoff

Centerpartiet

 

 

Chair:

Anna Abrahamsson

ALDE Party

 

 

 

 

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