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Sweden Democrats Attack Prime Minister Over 'Nazi' Claim

A hard-right party in Sweden has reported the country’s prime minister to its constitutional committee after he described the party as “nazis” in a TV debate. Social Democrat Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said during the heated on-screen discussion organized by Swedish Television that the Sweden Democrats, a populist right-wing party that shares a European Parliament group with Britain’s UKIP and Italy’s Five Star Movement, was “a Nazi party, a racist party.
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