Sunday, 10 July 2011
At a press conference on Thursday, resigning Centre Party head and minister for enterprise and energy, Maud Olofsson, revealed that her speech at Almedalen later this evening will point out the three top priority challenges for the Centre Party to tackle in the future.

"I get extremely depressed when I see how poorly we've managed integration. I'm so tired of hearing about immigrants being stigmatised and described in solely negative terms, such as unemployment and criminality," said Olofsson.

The first challenge therefore is making Sweden a "settler country", where immigrants are welcomed, and invited to help make Sweden strong.

The second challenge is creating a Sweden where entrepreneurs can blossom, and small innovative companies can grow.

The third challenge, according to Olofsson, is creating a green and sustainable Sweden.

Source: TheLocal.se

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