Peter Bratt

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Peter Bratt (born 29 April 1944) is a Swedish journalist. For many years he worked for the national Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter until he stopped there in 2003. Through his career he has written many critical texts on the Swedish Social Democratic Party.

The IB-affair[edit]

Peter Bratt revealed Informationsbyrån together with Jan Guillou in the magazine Folket i Bild/Kulturfront. This was to be known at the IB affair. He also published his own book on IB from Gidlunds förlag (publisheres) in 1973, IB och hotet mot vår säkerhet (IB and the threat against our security).

The Geijer affair[edit]

In November 1977 Peter Bratt published an article in Dagens Nyheter on a memo in which the Police Commissioner had stated that the Minister for Justice Lennart Geijer was a security risk.[1]
This led to the Geijer affair, a scandal involving prostitution[2].

Works[edit]

  • Kan vi lita på demokratin? intervjuer med Anders Carlberg, Lars Gyllensten, Harald Ofstad, Kurt Samuelsson, 1969
  • De förrådda idealen: om svensk socialdemokrati och Sverige inför 70-talet, 1969
  • IB och hotet mot vår säkerhet, Gidlunds Förlag, Stockholm, 1973, ISBN 91-7021-063-2
  • I fängelse, Gidlunds Förlag, Stockholm, 1974, ISBN 91-7021-088-8
  • Steg för steg: om stuveriarbetarnas fackliga kamp, 1974
  • Med rent uppsåt. Albert Bonniers Förlag, Stockholm, 16 October 2007. Memoirs. ISBN 978-91-0-011578-4

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-12-08. Retrieved 2008-07-31.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ https://www.aftonbladet.se/nyheter/article10487522.ab