letters to the editors Alice Bah Kuhnke visited Linköping to attend a lunch meeting about the climate. This may seem appropriate when it comes to an environmental party. However, Alice Bah Kuhnke is primarily cultural and democratic ministers and is not happy with how she wants to achieve the hearts problems of the environmental party.
The escapism of Alice Bah Kuhnke is striking during the last reign. But voters are deserved to know who wants the government or the Alliance as ministers of culture and democracy?
Alice Bah Kuhnke recently dressed up to support Sara Danius in any form of feminist action. Now Alice Bah Kuhnke had taken a position on the course of events in the academy and acted as a kind of rebel. When she found out that such a manifestation that the Swedish Academy was not suitable for a pastor, she only tried to wander around.
In democratic affairs, the minister is more than willing to pay attention to what the Nazis show and demonstrate. As for the dangerous racism that is a pyre in the public house and is based on social, ideological and religious polarizations, it is silent.
In the plenary room, Alice Bah Kuhnke receives questions about the foreign financing of mosques in Sweden, whose vision on women is far removed from the laws and norms of our cultures. She deals with the issues of freedom of religion and expression and that our laws are sufficient to put an end to this. She does not answer the questions, but flies.
When former director Benny Fredriksson resigned, Alice Bah Kuhnke said she accepted his decision. This is because the Aftonbladet accused him of a poor leadership style in large headlines and used anonymous sources as sources. When Benny Fredriksson left her life, Åsa Linderborg said on Aftonbladet that she regretted a ticket, but nothing else. Sweden has now lost one of its greatest theater personalities and Alice Bah Kunkhe says nothing. Her silence is speaking.
A sincere commitment to culture is necessary, it is not possible to escape. Is there anyone who has suggestions about who wants to join new ministers of culture and democracy?