Sweden’s Deputy Prime Minister, Åsa Romson, shared her reaction to the terrorist attacks in Paris with tweeting her concerns of hampering the upcoming climate summit in December.
While leaders around the world expressed their shock and sadness over the terrorist attacks in Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, Åsa Romson (MP, “Green Party”) shared her concerns of hampering the upcoming climate summit to be held in Paris.
The tweet caused rage among internet users, many demanding her resignation. She later deleted the tweet and made a new one; “Shocked by the attacks in Paris, just a few days ago talks there with many environment minister colleagues now atrocities All thoughts to the victims”.
This isn’t the first time Åsa Romson is in the spotlight.
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