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Schyman launches “Feminist Initiative”

Five members of the board, including former Left Party leader Gudrun Schyman, launched the Feminist Initiative ("Feministiskt initiativ") at a press conference at the Swedish parliament this morning. The much anticipated and hyped new feminist party has arrived! Or has it?

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Ideology adds fuel to marathon campaign

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Leaders clash over jobs

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FI has damaged feminism – LO chief

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Neck and neck between political blocks

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Government poll lead reversed overnight

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Troubled Left Party gathers for conference

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Frugal election year for Sweden’s new parties

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Jobs dominate party leader debate

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Liberals “could fight election as alliance”

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Alliance: Reinfeldt will be prime minister

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Social Democrats admit to Reinfeldt smear campaign

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Social Democrats trail in poll

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Key Persson aide behind email scandal

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Left Party slips in poll ratings

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Liberals join government on justice

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Alliance maintains election advantage

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Parties doubtful over TV advertising

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Government takes voter poll lead

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Persson closing on Reinfeldt in popularity race

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Polling errors could decide Swedish election

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Trust in Reinfeldt and Olofsson declines

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Swedish finance minister delivers ‘budget of reforms’

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Punish failing politicians – Green Party

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Swedes favour Reinfeldt as PM – poll

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Government and allies draw level with opposition

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Children get to vote in Gothenburg referendum

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Opposition regains poll lead

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Persson launches May 1st assault on Alliance

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Alliance agrees to scrap payroll tax