Sven Olof Joachim Palme , born the January 30th 1927 in a middle-class and preserving family, dead assassinated the February 28th 1986 in a street of Stockholm, whereas it left a cinema with his wife, was a politician socialist reformist Swedish.
Palm directed the social democrat Parti its country since 1968 until its disappearance and was Prime Minister between 1969 and 1976 and between 1982 and 1986. Ingvar Carlsson succeeded to him. At the same time pragmatic and man of conviction, Palme followed a courageous international policy (against the Guerre of Vietnam, the Apartheid and the Prolifération of the nuclear weapons) and carried out ambitious reforms on the internal plan, the such introduction of the joint decision of the workers and workers in the companies, as well as the “wage funds”. These funds of collective investments supplied with the tax were intended to repurchase the capital of the private companies and to carefully allow thus a kind of socialization of the private economy. They were removed in 1991.
- “ I am proud to be a democratic Socialist ” (at the time of the last televised debate preceding the elections by 1980)
- Hans Haste, Olof Palme , Paris: Descartes & Co, 1994
- Cyril Mizrahi (with the collaboration of Joel Burri), “Olof Palme, " to trust to be socialiste" ”, in Pages of left , monthly magazine of socialist opinions, n°43, Lausanne, 2006
- Some French texts on the site of the foundation Olof Palme
- Quotations on wikiquote
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