Swedes will go to the polls on Sunday to vote in their national election. This year could see the election of Sweden’s first female prime minister, Mona Sahlin, the leader of the opposition Social Democrats. Or it could see current Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and his Moderate alliance win another four years in power.
The politics in this Scandinavian powerhouse are complicated and multifaceted. So Urban Pilgrim talked Communists and breast pumps with young Swedish voter Dennis Hedenskog, who works for the Korea Business Center and holds a Master of Science in Business and Economics.
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