Sweden's Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt of the centre-right coalition addresses media during a news conference at the Government Offices in Stockholm, Sweden, on Monday Sept, 20, 2010, the day after the national elections. Sweden's prime minister sought help from the opposition Monday to avoid a political deadlock after an Islam-bashing far-right group spoiled his center-right government's control of Parliament. Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt's coalition won Sunday's election but lost its majority in the 349-seat legislature, weakening its ability to push through crucial legislation. (AP Photo/ Fredrik Persson/Scanpix Sweden) ** SWEDEN OUT **
This is the protest that took place on Monday evening in response to the far-right Sweden Democrats gaining 20 seats in parliament.
The day after the Swedish election people in Stockholm went to protest against the Swedish Democracy party (right wing, nationalistic, racist party) who got 5.7% of the votes in the election.