Sweden FAR-RIGHT set for election success as voters reject pro-migrant parties

Sunday, August 26, 2018
By Paul Martin

A PARTY that was formed from an off-shoot of a neo-Nazi group is set for election success in Sweden.

By Rachel O’Donoghue
DailyStar.co.uk
26th August 2018

The Sweden Democrats (SD) is poised to take 20% of the vote share when the country goes to the polls on September 9th.

This would potentially make it the second biggest political party in the country.

However, other political parties have vowed to refuse to work with SD in either a formal or informal coalition partnership.

The SD, on the other hand, has said it will work with parties on any end of the political spectrum – provided it gets to shape Sweden’s immigration policy.

This election will mark a meteoric rise for the SD, which is led by Jimmie Akesson, and only entered parliament in 2010 with 5.7% of votes.

Their success has been blamed on the governing Social Democrats’ migrant policy, which has seen 300,000 enter the country since 2015.

A recent poll shows immigration is at the top of voters’ concerns amid heightened fears about crime and pressure on social services.

The country’s ruling Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has vowed to solve the migration problem, saying he would “a migration policy that holds up in the long term, and that has the backing of the Swedish people” if he is reelected.

Just yesterday, the Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM), which has been branded a Nazi group, marched through Stockholm.

Its leader Simon Lindberg, who has denied they are fascists or Nazis, sparked outrage when he praised Adolf Hitler for freeing Germany from “globalists” and “bankers”.

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