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Swedish Government Toppled After Prime Minister Lofven Loses Confidence Vote

The vote marked the first time a Swedish prime minister has lost a confidence vote. The outcome of the vote means the head of the government could either step down or trigger a snap election.

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has lost a no-confidence vote in parliament after a total of 181 lawmakers voted to oust him.

Majority in Swedish Parliament Set to Support Monday's No-Confidence Vote Against Government

Löfven, a Social Democrat who has headed the government since 2014, said that he would make a decision on whether he should resign or call a snap vote within a week.
The parties that voted him out are unable to offer an alternative government, he complained after the vote that made him the first prime minister to be ousted by such a motion.

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