Gita Nabavi, the newly elected leader of the Swedish Feminist Initiative party, seeks to entice voters with plans to completely open the nation’s borders and stop all expulsions. At the same time, the party’s electoral list has drawn strong internal criticism, evoking accusations of identity politics.
During an election congress, the Feminist Initiative (FI) elected Gita Nabavi as the new frontrunner to fill the vacuum left by former party leader Victoria Kawesa, who left citing “personal reasons” after being accused of and charged with plagiarism, the national broadcaster SVT reported.
Sweden’s largest party outside parliament is heading to the general election with pledges to increase taxes, reduce working hours and cut defense spending. Gita Nabavi’s contribution to the party’s electoral pledges is to open Sweden’s borders and stop deportations altogether.
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