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Protests blocking streets were regularly dispersed. Climate action was insufficient. A new law on sexual violence was enacted and reform of the law on legal gender recognition was presented to parliament. Legislation allowing the hindrance of the right to seek asylum was adopted. A bill protecting the rights of the Sámi people was introduced.

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