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I do not have high hopes for the Y. As rumor has it, the government study that proposed the Y was in itself a pay-off to the centre party for supporting the FRA-law. So actually getting rail would demand more.

The greens has so far been more efficient. The Botnia track was part of their deals with the socdem government 2002-2006. But I doubt they could get the Y either (assuming left wing victory in 2010). At least not without a really good negotiation position.

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by A swedish kind of death on Fri Dec 18th, 2009 at 07:17:22 PM EST
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