Swedish prime minister Stefan Lofven ousted after losing no-confidence vote | The Independent

Sweden’s prime minister Stefan Lofven has lost a no-confidence vote in parliament, meaning he will have to step down from his post. The leader of the Swedish Social Democrats will stay as a caretaker prime minister during coalition talks to decide the country’s next government following close elections earlier this month. MPs in the Riksdag, the Swedish unicameral parliament, voted 204-142 against Mr Lofven, with three abstentions. He has been prime minister since 2014.
— Läs på www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/swedish-prime-minister-stefan-lofven-ousted-no-confidence-vote-coalition-talks-a8553956.html

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