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Court grants Arctic village rights over hunting and fishing after lawyers for state were accused of ‘rhetoric of race biology’
Sweden’s nomadic reindeer herders have won a 30-year battle for land rights in a court case that has seen the state accused of racism towards the country’s only indigenous people.
The Instrument of Government and Sweden's other fundamental laws were approved by the Riksdag.
The source of this link is Constitute. The Constitute Project provides the World's constitutions (in English) to read, search and compare.
The Constitution consists of four fundamental laws: the Instrument of Government, the Act of Succession, the Freedom of the Press Act and the Fundamental Law on Freedom of Expression. The Riksdag Act is not one of the fundamental laws but occupies a position between a fundamental law and an ordinary law. All portions are available at the link below.