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Wie viele Stimmen (in Prozenten) erhalten die Parteien bei der Parlamentswahl in Schweden 2014?

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Parlamentswahl Schweden 2014

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Wie viele Stimmen in Prozent erhält die Partei Sverigedemokraterna bei den Parlamentswahlen in Schweden 2014?
Sverigedemokraterna (SD), deutsch Die Schwedendemokraten, sind eine rechtskonservative Partei in Schweden, die 1988 gegründet wurde.
Die Partei selbst beschreibt sich als „national“ und lehnt jede Form von Rassismus ab.

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