Swedish Social Democratic Party


November 30, 2021

The Swedish Social Democratic Party (Swedish: Sveriges socialdemokratiska arbetareparti, abbreviated Socialdemokraterna; literally, "Social Democratic Workers' Party of Sweden" and "Social Democrats") is one of the main political parties in Sweden. left communist and revolutionary supporters in order to create today's Left Party). The party's ideology is social democracy (and democratic socialism is also mentioned). The voting base is predominantly located in blue-collar workers, public sector employees, the unemployed, intellectuals and immigrants. Much of its strength comes from strong ties with the Swedish Trade Union Confederation (LO), which accounts for about 90% of Swedish labor. The party is a member of the Socialist International, the Progressive Alliance, the Party of European Socialists and SAMAK. The Swedish Social Democratic Party currently has about 105,000 members, with about 2,540 territorial organizations and 500 corporate organizations. There are several organizations within the Swedish Social Democratic Movement: The National Federation of Social Democratic Women of Sweden (S-quinnor) which brings together women. Swedish Social Democratic Youth League (Sveriges Socialdemokratiska Ungdomsförbund or SSU) which brings together youth. Social Democratic Students of Sweden (Socialdemokratiska Studentförbundet) which organizes students at universities. The Christian Brotherhood (Broderskap), which gathers socially democratic Christians. The traditional symbol of the party is the red rose, which is believed to have been introduced by Fredrik Strem. The appearance of the rose has changed over the years. The Swedish Social Democratic Party is often called one of the most successful social democratic parties in the world. Since 1933, when it came to power and applied social democratic principles in the fight against the great economic crisis, its governments have successfully used Sweden's neutrality in World War II and later the Cold War to create one of the best organized and most efficient welfare state systems. enabled the steady growth of the Swedish economy. The so-called The "Swedish model", considered by many to be the most successful compromise between capitalism and socialism, has enabled the Swedish Social Democrats to

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