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Sweden Prime Minister ousted after no-confidence vote

Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Lofven will be forced to resign after losing a vote of no-confidence in parliament. Of the 349 members of parliament, 204 voted to remove him as prime minister, weeks after the country’s general election resulted in a hung parliament. With neither political party holding a majority, it is uncertain who will form the next government. Mr Lofven will continue as the caretaker prime minister until a new government is decided by the country’s legislature.

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