Berg Party

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Berg Party (Swedish: Bergspartiet) a local political party in Berg, Sweden, formed ahead of the 2002 elections. Party leader is Olle Nord, a former local leader of the Centre Party.

BP swept the 2002 municipal polls. It got 1959 votes (41.3%) and 16 out of 39 seats. BP is currently leading the municipal government. The governance of BP has been criticized at times, for example for misuse of public radio broadcasts for political propaganda. Nord has been accused of sexual harassment.

BP has its own weekly newsbroadcast.

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