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Hipp, hipp, hurra - 100 years of women's suffrage
"Hipp, hipp, hurra - 100 years of women's suffrage"

"But the party solkas of regeringskaoset"

"tomorrow is celebrated in the Swedish democracy fills a hundred years. On 17 december 1918, the Swedish parliament that the principle of the decision to introduce universal and equal suffrage. All adults, regardless of gender, and income would be entitled to vote in the general elections."

"That Sweden became a democracy really is being commemorated, among other things with a temporary general flaggdag. The banners will fly on public buildings, on buses and in other places in the morning. But it is thus, unlike other national holidays, a primör which can only be enjoyed in years."

"the state out of the rösträttssynpunkt ended discrimination for women and men, and people with different incomes is, of course, a great day, well worth celebrating. Sad only that it takes place in the shadow of the worst parliamentary crisis in at least this page the second world war. The solkar jubilee."

"the King and the crown princess Victoria is participating in the various sessions of the reichstag, of which one with the, now ironic, the title ”Yes, may it live, democracy in the hundred years”. The president participates in a flaggceremoni at Riksplan outside parliament. With more and more."

"at the same time, it has been 98, repeat, ninety-eight, the days since the election and still no government in sight."

"Democracy, representative government, can be celebrated every day. It is the best government mankind so far, come on."

"But parallel is the Swedish parliamentary democracy in crisis. The parties, in all cases on the national level, fails to live up to its own level of severity - to take responsibility for the country."

"each and Every one of them has decided that at least some of their principles are impossible to break. And thus it is also impossible to form a government."

"it Was the suffragettes, liberals and Socialists had in mind when they pushed through the last millennium largest jämställdhetsreform? I do not believe it. The thought is likely not that everything would go smoothly. For it does nothing."

"But I think and hope that they were prepared to accept the election results and manage the voters' judgment. It does not, unfortunately, their contemporary heirs."

"Sweden was the last in the Nordic countries with female voting rights. In turn came the following countries before, Finland, Norway and Denmark."

"In the first choice that women had the right to vote, before the early elections in 1921, the voting turnout was 54.2 per cent."

"Five women were elected in the second chamber. Kerstin Hesselgren, Elisabeth Tamm, Bertha Wellin, Agda Östlund and Nelly Thüring. Wonder what they had liked about the day's chaos? A guess is - bad."

"Five things to keep an eye on in the week."

"Jultalens tidnI day keeps Stefan Löfven christmas speech in the Avesta. He has previously held to on the main square in the Old town of Stockholm but it is passé, now it is ”out in the country”. On Wednesday it is Strängnäsbon Ulf Kristerssons tour. No other party leader has signed up to the list of speakers."

"don't Forget flaggannFör hundred years ago, the Swedish parliament, the principal decided to introduce universal and equal suffrage. It is celebrated in the morning, the same date on which the decision was taken, with an occasional general flaggdag. So don't forget the flag in the morning! The early elections of 1921 was the first time women got the vote."

"a Hundred days kvarnPå Thursday, you can either cry, a splash, or celebrate with a lussebulle to the tea. Then it is the exact one hundred days left before the Uk ceases to be a member of the EU. They leave in the night between 29 and 30 march. What Theresa May is feeling, trembling or trust, we know nothing about."

"Last beslutetnPunkt of this remarkable political fall is set on Friday when the riksdag takes the final decisions on next year's state budget. What has been most but of all the peculiarities is actually the inability to form a government in a country where compromises and consensus, the closest is raised to the power of the law."

"Fill 75 årnDagen before christmas fill queen 75 years and it is celebrated in three days. We believe in all cases. On Tuesday held a seminar on child rights issues. The next day is the reception at the Palace for the official Sweden. And then one may surmise that the family is celebrating at the bar another time.n"

"”You can't govern the country on a servettskiss.”nStefan Löfven, prime minister, reviewing M and KD's budget option."

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