Ms Wallstrom, 61, is one of Sweden’s best-known politicians, having spent 10 years (1999-2009) as an EU commissioner and held previous ministerial posts.
But now Sweden’s top anti-corruption prosecutor has launched an investigation into the Stockholm flat rented by Ms Wallstrom. She obtained it from the municipal workers’ union Kommunal, and there are suspicions that she jumped a waiting list.
According to the daily Aftonbladet, she pays only 32 kronor (£2.60; $3.70) per month for the 89sq m (958sq ft) flat, taking account of subsidies she gets as a government minister.
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