Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Lofven gives a press conference after being voted in for a second term, ending a four-month political vaccuum. Lofven will formally present his new minority centre-left government, comprising his Social Democrats and the Greens, and its programme on Monday.
Sweden ends a four-month political vacuum by electing Prime Minister Stefan Lofven to a second term, after he elbowed out the far-right to save one of Europe’s few left-wing governments. IMAGES from inside the Swedish Parliament
Sweden’s prime minister, Stefan Lofven, has been told to pack his bags, after losing a no confidence vote. It follows September’s general election, when the ruling Social Democrats were handed their worst result in history.
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