Over 100 people were on hand to protest against the far-right Party of the Swedes on Saturday evening, at the unofficial launch of the Almedalen political week on Gotland.
An increased security force will be on hand for this year's political event which is expected to draw a record breaking number of attendees.
The train strike which crippled southern Sweden for much of June is estimated to have cost 80 million kronor ($11.8m) in lost ticket sales and predicted future revenue.
Police in southern Sweden are being investigated on charges of suspected misconduct for failing to act on a report that a child was being abused at home. She was later found dead.