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"We have seen a number of reports from state school inspectors (Skolinspektionen) where girls and boys have been kept in separate classes for certain subjects for years at a time.We do not think this should be permitted," said Fridolin to SR Ekot.
In autumn 2016, several schools, including a number of Muslim schools, were reported to be separating boys and girls for gym class.
He said couples were not spending enough time with each other in today’s society. He noted there was no way to verify that employees do not use their hour for other purposes than spending time with their partners or spouses.
“You can’t guarantee that a worker doesn’t go out for a walk instead,” Muskos said, adding that employers needed to trust their employees.
In 1999 the Swedish government became the first in the world to make it a crime to buy sex but not to sell it.
The ABC's Europe correspondent Mary Gearin travelled to Sweden to witness firsthand how the law had changed lives.
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Swedish number plates traditionally follow a pattern of three letters plus three numbers, but it is possible for drivers to ask for permission to create their own personalized so-called vanity plate.Here's a picture of what it would have looked like reflected in a mirror: According to the Transport Agency's rules, a personalized number plate "may not be designed if it causes offence or harm to anyone else".Such offence usually involves allusions to alcohol, drugs, sex, swearwords, religion or criminality. For example, four years ago it decided to tell a motorcyclist he was no longer allowed to use the number "666" (or, the number of the Antichrist) – despite giving the plates the green light five years before.However big your gang is, ICQ has got room for everyone.The European parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favour of adopting the so-called Nordic model which legalises the selling of sex, but criminalises buying it.The proposal from Per-Erik Muskos is aimed at improving people’s personal relationships.