How Stefan Löfven lost his hold on the Swedish parliament
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has weathered the decline of social democracy in Europe, the rise of the far right and even the Covid-19 pandemic, but he finally tripped up on Monday, losing a historic vote of no confidence in Sweden's parliament.
Published: 22 June 2021 15:12 CEST Updated: 26 June 2021 09:58 CEST
Stefan Löfven in the Riksdag. Photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT
Sweden’s right-wing parties agree to bring back Norlén as Speaker
The four parties backing Moderate leader Ulf Kristersson as prime minister on Sunday announced that they had agreed to keep the current Speaker, Andreas Norlén in place, when the role is put to a vote as parliament opens on Monday.
Published: 26 September 2022 09:22 CEST
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