Sweden: red wave (with black shadows)

The Social Democratic success in last Sunday general elections in Sweden had a main actor, Stefan Löfven, that in little more than two years has overturned the new pro-market stance of his party and doing so has brought it to being again a majority group: the challenge had a positive outcome thanks to pragmatism and firmness in the issues relating to the rights of workers.

Photo Aldo Ciummo

The affinity between the leftist trend represented by this politician born in Stockholm in 1957 and his biography stands out: he was the metalworkers’ union leader and, since 2012, of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, in which he had never held public positions or top roles of leadership before.

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