50 years of Abba, children’s residence permit row, Sweden regressing on rule of law

Sweden in Focus

Apr 13 2024 • 21 mins

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This week: Child residency permit row, Sweden regressing on rule of law, and 50 years since Abba's Waterloo win.

Host Paul O’Mahony is joined this week by The Local's James Savage and Richard Orange.

As mentioned in the episode we will be recording the podcast in front of a live audience on April 24th at the offices of Stockholm Business Region as part of the Talent Talks event being held there that day.

You can sign up here if you'd like to attend.

Here are links to some of the topics discussed in the episode:

Residency permits

Music

Politics



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