Former Riksbank governor founds EU-sceptic party

Former governor of the Sveriges Riksbank Lars Wohlin has become a co-founder of a new EU-sceptical party, which plans to contest European Parliament elections in June.

Wohlin, who headed the Swedish central bank between 1979 and 1982 said the new party, called Junilistan (June List), will provide a home for voters who do not agree with the traditional rightist, market liberal or Social Democratic parties' pro-EU stance, but who also do not want to vote for the anti-Union Greens or Left parties

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