Swedish PM Stefan Lofven lost no-confidence vote, being the first sitting PM in the country's history to be ousted. "There is no winner in this kind of parliamentary mess. There will be more political instability and uncertainty," says an observer
Sweden’s prime minister has lost a vote of no confidence, plunging the country into a political crisis. PM Stefan Löfven has two options now: call a snap election, or resign and attempt to build a new coalition, without a new election.
Sweden’s prime minister Stefan Lofven has been toppled after becoming the first leader in his country’s history to lose a no-confidence vote
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Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven ousted by parliament, sparking political uncertainty
Stefan Lofven, Sweden's Social Democratic prime minister since 2014, lost a confidence vote in parliament amid a housing crisis and skyrocketing real estate prices, making him the first Swedish government leader ever to lose such a motion.
Sweden’s government was toppled after Stefan Lofven became the country’s first prime minister to lose a no-confidence vote, meaning he can now either resign or trigger a snap election.
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