Swedish minister under fire after Twitter pic

Swedish minister under fire after Twitter pic
Sweden's Minister for Justice and Migration, Morgan Johansson, is criticised and ridiculed in social media after he on Twitter posted a picture of himself and a group of unaccompanied refugee children.

Johansson had wisely (and suddenly) termed the "children" youths on Twitter, or the ridicule would probably be even more relentless.

"Met yesterday with unaccompanied youths who talked about their experiences of the refugee and asylum process. Very educational!," writes Morgan Johansson on Twitter on Friday.

Many, however, questions the picture where the minister is shorter than the young people who appear on it. Many of those who commented also think some of the refugee children do not look like children at all. One even suggest that the "boy" next to the minister is of the same age.

"When the children are taller than the minister," it says in a comment under the picture.

"Good thing you found a girl too, in order. What kindergarten were you visiting?," writes another, and it goes on.

"You must have posted the wrong image as these people must represent the staff?"

Have the children become "youths" now?

"How does it feel to be the smallest and youngest in class?"

"Look at the picture and search yourself.
Repeat 1000 times: "The emperor is naked. They are not children"

Morgan Johansson also gets a more serious question:

"When did you last visit officers at the Migration Board and let them talk about their experiences?"

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