Does the Swedish constitution limit the government’s powers to impose COVID-19 pandemic related restrictions?
posted 3 years ago
Many measures are taken by the government of Sweden as recommendations to the public, rather than legally imposed restrictions. It is said that the Swedish Constitution limits the government's power to issue such limitations.
In summary, my question is: Is the Swedish government more constitutionally limited in its powers to impose COVID-19 restrictions more than the governments of other comparable countries, especially Northern/Western European countries?