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On 19 September 2010 the Swedish Parliamentary elections and the local elections were held. The centre-right government was re-elected and the far-right anti-immigrant party, the Sweden Democrats won 20 seats in parliament.  After the election results, several nationwide demonstrations against racism and xenophobia were held. In Stockholm a demonstration was held on 20 September with over 10.000 people gathering at Sergels Torg. On the same day demonstrations were held in Malmö at Möllevångstorget with 1000 people and in Gothenburg 5000 people demonstrated. The demonstrations were all peaceful and sent out the message of sorrow that the Anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats entered parliament for the first time.
Demonstrations in Stockholm and Malmö (20.09.2010).

Source: Demonstrations in Gothenburg,