Swexit next? Swedish PM’s swipe at EU as he drops hint of freedom of movement crackdown
BRUSSELS wigwigs could suffer another humiliating blow as Sweden’s Prime Minister hinted his party is ready to crack down on freedom of movement.
During a Social Democrats (SD) Party congress on Friday, Stefan Löfven said the liberal country is facing major challenges, in addition to saying his party could maintain a strict refugee policy in years to come.
Mr Löfven said: “We should have the same demands to newcomers, as we do to other job seekers.
“We have amended the policy and the course remains steadfast. But we do face major challenges and what concerns be the most is the increasing inequalitiy.