The Constitution of Sweden and personal privacy
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New act to increase opportunities for camera surveillance
The Government is proposing a new camera surveillance act. The permit requirement will be removed in some cases, and it will be easier for the police and municipalities, for example, to receive permits for camera surveillance.New act to increase opportunities for camera surveillance
Strengthen the right of LGBTQ people to be themselves
Opinion article, Newspaper Expressen, 8 february 2016 Legislation must keep pace with developments in society. The Government therefore plans to implement changes that aim to offer the same conditions for everyone, regardless of their choice of partner and type of family, write five government ministers.Strengthen the right of LGBTQ people to be themselves
Greater protection against forced marriage and child marriageGreater protection against forced marriage and child marriage