Sweden: Proposal for 'Swedish contract'

Those immigrating to Sweden should sign a contract to testify that they are familiar with Swedish laws, rules and values. If the contract is not met then their benefits should be reviewed, the Moderate party has proposed.

A working committee from within the Moderate has developed the proposal and the party will consider the idea at its future convention, reports Sveriges Radio's Ekot news program.

"It is important that when people from different cultures congregate in the same country, that we are very clear over how things are done in Sweden," said Moderate party secretary Per Schlingmann to Ekot.

"The purpose is ensure that we pass on core Swedish values about equality and so on."


Source: The Local (English)

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