the Supreme administrative court has decided that Vellinge municipality's decision to ban begging in certain distinct locations is consistent with the public order act. It does not impose a general ban in the municipality, but in limited places that disrupt the order.
In Vellinge think many citizens that it is uncomfortable to go to the grocery store or Systembolaget, where the beggar sits. Where the municipality is moving in the community, it will certainly be a ban for it interferes with the outer environment and the external facade and everyone will be spared to see poverty.
the municipalities to show if they stand up for the most vulnerable, or to allow a domino effect. All the legislation is going to stretch on it just to see the act concerning support and service for some disabled people, take for example the LSS-law decay. Where wrapped into hidden savings and cheats.
Now it is ordningslagens tour. Which the politicians had tordas stand up to ban poverty? Then it is easier to rely on lawyers in the courts when we want a change that falls in good soil.
we have had a humane man, and tried to stand up for human rights. We have received people from war-torn countries, those who need to escape regimes that oppress people.
When we meet poverty in Sweden, we turn to the back. We call them beggars. When the media draws attention to something that has happened to a EU-citizen, there are often no name in the story, but he called only for beggars.
Furthermore, defend themselves, a number of politicians that the member states have a responsibility to their citizens. If their home countries can offer accommodation and a job with a salary that one can earn a living, why do they come to Sweden, their last lifeline and begs?