Sweden looks set to see a right wing, populist party win its next General Election after Swedes reject their governments open borders policy in droves, the UK Daily Star reported.
The country’s government decided to open its borders to mass migration several years ago and since then hundreds of thousands of migrants from the Middle East and Africa have settled in the small Scandinavian nation.
Since then the country has seen an explosive rise in crime, violence, anti-social behaviour and particularly sexual assaults against women and children. As of August 2017, the formerly tranquil Sweden has over 60 “vulnerable areas” more commonly known as “no-go-zones” where emergency services find it difficult to operate, RT reported.
With the influx of migrants, crime and mounting pressure on public services and the welfare state are topping the list of concerns of Swedish citizens.