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Maria Schottenius: Up to fight for the cultural right of common access

We came before the long queue had started to be organised with posts and tape outside the national museum, and this Saturday it was the grandchildren's turn. Villa curiosa list, with an endless number of cabinets and drawers to open. Experiment, ritrum, studios. We could stayed a long time. An inspiring, instructive visits to the country's large, newly restored museum, available for all. Also the children.

the budget, which has now been voted through, with the help of The sweden democrats. It feels incomprehensible that someone with the responsibility for the future generations to gnaw in the already small budget for culture and to take away the right to freely have access to our national museum. And to the other museums, which manages the common cultural heritage. In addition, remove the two billion from the klimatsatsningarna? Strange, if you want to have a future.

The cultural right of public access is worth its weight in gold. And will be there when hundralapparna from the reduction in taxes blown away.

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