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The Eurovision song contest is more political than ever
"The Eurovision song contest is more political than ever"

"the Evening's final stop the Israeli government negotiations – haredi protest"

"This is a kulturartikel which is a part of Aftonbladet's opinionsjournalistik."

"Political conflicts for many years, an equally integral part of Eurovision as giant drums and Dracula-folklore from the states with hard privatiseringkrav from the world Bank. But rarely usually melodifestivalen lead to some major cabinet crises."

"this Year's Eurovision final in dishonour namely, the sabbath in Israel."

"Which is less of a problem for most except for the haredi party, UTJ (United Torah Judaism), which is in the difficult government negotiations with Benjamin Netanyahu."

"In the last week, UTJ hastily into the talks because they think that the authorisations for work around the Eurovision dealt far too lightly. The situation is sensitive. Despite the fact that it's been more than a month since the elections, no government have seen the light of day."

"nInför evening parties have Netanyahu with a diplomatic letter to his counterpart desperately tried to smooth over the problem without at the same time the encounter with the EBU and all the fans who gathered in Tel Aviv."

"A very tricky balancing act. And the chances of success are probably as big as that of San Marino, the contribution shall sing purely."

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