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Man of the week

Step up, Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt:

"Sweden was named by Mugabe along with Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands. Speaking behind closed doors at the EU-Africa summit in Lisbon, Mugabe said the four countries were "arrogant". Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt said it was "a great honour to be admitted to a group that stands up for human rights and democracy." "The way I look at it, Mugabe named what is actually the guard of honour for human rights," Reinfeldt said".

He's right, isn't he?

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Anonymous grumpy granny said... 3:20 pm

Yes.

And the EU and the Portuguese in particular should be ashamed of themselves for allowing him to go to the meeting. What is the point of putting travel restrictions on him - and then simply ignoring them?  



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