Sweden, Kiruna 2020-01-20
The police authority in Sweden abuses its authority and by applying a practice of incompetence, lack of logic and knowledge within the system of the judiciary system forces cases to court, in practice this leads a civil society to serious misconduct and more corruption within the Swedish legal system.
I therefore call on the Minister of Justice to take the necessary measures to prevent serious shortcomings that cause Swedish citizens suffering and inappropriate conditions for human rights as a result. With the indications that we have collect from the European Convention's information on the practice of a fair legal system, we see serious violations of the Swedish police's practical practices in the country today. This should not occur in what is most often politically termed as a welfare society today. Therefore, we have chosen to demonstrate the Swedish State of these shortcomings through a number of different international organizations and institutes with the right competence. We have also noticed that we are quite armless in this development today when it comes to the Swedish State's involvement in the evaluation process of the efficiency of justice and human rights, set of guidelines on judicial statistics for the attention of the member States departments in charge of collecting and dealing with statistics in the field of justice. These guidelines, as a tool of the public policy, aim at ensuring the quality of the judicial statistics collected and processed by the member States. As an example of this, we can learn that the International Court of Justice in Strasbourg in 2006 carried out a request for this, whereby Sweden never submitted any information to this application. We therefore now demand responsibility from the relevant Swedish authority.
This begs the question of what the competence in Sweden really is in terms of the application of the legal system. I also have the answer before me in a case that is currently facing trial in Gällivare District Court where a preliminary investigation and investigation has been forced based on false allegations and a dictatorial one-way communication of affected police officers in the field constituting this case to the prosecutor. This case characterizes a local police authority, and a local police management very depressing and surprisingly low level of competence in a strategy in practice far beyond what is written about incompetence in the system of the judiciary, human rights and corruption.
Therefore, my conviction is that the Swedish State Nationally must review systems and the practical application of the legal system, the State must ensure that a necessary level of competence is obtained for the police in the country.
* That a level of competence is satisfactory enough that the officials concerned in the practical exercise of the authority can learn to distinguish between written guidelines for the application of case law drawn up by the European Convention for the Authority.
* That not incompetence within the Police to an extent that now shapes an unfair legal system in society and creates more serious shortcomings in human rights and corruption within the authority.
* That the state clarifies the task for the police authority in the country so that, for example, budget-related situations are not put before a fair legal system.
* And that the State immediately appoints an investigation into the competence for law enforcement based on current measures for an efficient justice system. And provides resources to remedy the shortcomings herein with a State involvement in the evaluation process of important issues concerning the assignment of the Swedish Justice Department ensuring adequate homogeneity in relation to the judicial organization, economic situation, demography, etc.
The comparison of quantitative data from different areas with various geographical, economic and legal situations is a delicate task. It should be approached with great caution by the experts writing the report and by the readers consulting it, interpreting it and analysing the information it contains.
Roger K. Olsson
Notice: This publication will be public from 2021-01-21. This information is official and currently in progress at the Swedish Department of Justice and Council of Europe 2021-01-20.
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