After several infernos and examples of parallel societies in Sweden, its neighboring countries are waking up and no longer view it as an example. On the contrary, they are afraid of becoming like it.
Kai Mykkänen, Finland’s Minister of the Interior warned that Finland could become like Sweden in ten years in terms of car fires and crime in suburbs, news outlet YLE reports.
“There is a risk that we have a similar situation in Finland in ten years,” Mykkänen told YLE. According to the Minister, it is relevant to make comparisons with Sweden. It’s a neighboring country from whose mistakes can be learned, he says.