But what do the parties in Sweden actually want to do?
The Local · 6 May 2009, 11:36
Published: 06 May 2009 11:36 GMT+02:00
Just as in national parliamentary elections, each party votes internally to develop a list of candidates to be placed on the ballot for the European Parliamentary elections.
Some parties list a few candidates, while others flood the ballot with dozens of names, even though there is little chance of any single party gaining more than half a dozen seats or so.
With the exception of the Social Democrats and the Moderates, most parties will be lucky to receive enough votes to send more than one or two candidates to the European Parliament.
Nevertheless, you can see the names of all the candidates listed from all the parties running by clicking here to visit the section of the Swedish Election Authority’s website dedicated to the European Parliamentary election.
Of course, if you find yourself craving more details about any particular party or its priorities, feel free to visit their respective websites for more information.
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