Yesterday, November 10, Stefan Löfven handed in his resignation as Prime Minister of Sweden, which was quite expected since he stepped down as party leader of the Social Democrats last week. At the party’s congress last week, Magdalena Andersson, currently Finance Minister, was elected to replace Löfven as leader of the Social Democrats. This paves the way for her to become the country’s first woman Prime Minister if she wins a vote in parliament.
There is no date set for the vote yet.
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