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It is not true in Swedens case. Anyone can for example donate to a political campaign.

Which I know because I am a flag-waiving member of The Pirate Party of Sweden which accepts international donations. And yeah, we checked that it is legal. Btw, we aim at having a european Pirate Party in the next EU elections.

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I would say that a larger problem would be the aims and strategies of a trans-national political organisation. Political structures, organisations, experience and most debate are all national and different. There is no public EU-level organisations right now. But this is a chicken and egg situation, which can be solved. It is just a question of how.

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by A swedish kind of death on Fri Jun 30th, 2006 at 11:36:37 AM EST
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