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European election - climate installation of the Green Party
Sweden

The Environmental Party the Greens set up this scenery at Stockholm main train station .


This " climate installation"  was criticized and   controversial.....

Neverless,


They got the big  increase of votes among all political parties on election day 7 june 2009

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Uploaded: 13/06/2009
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Tags: election; stockholm; central station; politics; green party; climate; sweden
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