Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven Reelected For Second Term

The Swedish Parliament approved Stefan Lofven as Prime Minister for a second four-year term. A total of 115 MPs voted yes, 153 voted no and 77 abstained. To be elected, Lofven did not need to secure a majority of the vote. As long as fewer than 175 of the 349-member parliament voted against him, he would be elected.

Source: Euronews

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  • Sweden Capital- Stockholm, Currency- Swedish krona.

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