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Biography for Jan Andersson

First Name: Jan
Last Name: Andersson
Title: Politician
Country: Sweden
CV: Member of Riksdagen 2006-2010"
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Politician "tried to strangle" taxi driver [Published Radio Sweden - Apr 15 2014]
A politician from the governing Moderate Party is suspected of assaulting a taxi driver in Stockholm in February. The driver claims the conservative politician drove his fingers into his eyes and tried to strangle him from the back seat, first using ...
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The board of the conservative Moderate Party will determine whether local politician Björn Schaerström will be expelled after writing "inappropriate" comments on Twitter about his own party and about immigration. On Friday night, the Moderate Party ...
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