STOCKHOLM: Magdalena Anderson, who resigned after a few hours as Sweden’s prime minister, has been re-elected, prime minister.
According to a foreign news agency, the Swedish parliament has re-elected Magdalena Anderson as Prime Minister. In Parliament, Social Democrats voted 101 in favor of Magdalena Anderson and 173 against, while 75 members abstained.
Under the Swedish system, a prime ministerial candidate does not need a majority in parliament, but no more than 175 votes must be cast against the candidate.
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