Criminality in Ukraine is now worse than during the 1990s.
Sweden wants to ban alternative media through changes in the Fundamental Law on Freedom of Expression.
The Swedish Constitution consists of four fundamental laws: the Instrument of Government, the Act of Succession, the Freedom of the Press Act and the Fundamental Law on Freedom of Expression. For an amendment to be made, the Riksdag (Parliament of Sweden) must take two identical decisions and these decisions must be separated by a general election. This long drawn-out procedure is designed to ensure that the Riksdag does not take any hasty decisions that can limit people's freedoms and rights. bit.ly/2sXGKut, . The government has proposed that disclosure of information on, for example, offense, ethnicity, sexual orientation and political opinion under certain circumstances be prohibited, due to the growth of the internet and technological developments, the laws need to be adapted to today's society.bit.ly/2uJgroR,