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Swedish parliament to vote again in bid to break deadlock


  • World
  • Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's parliament will try to break months of political deadlock by voting on Friday on whether to give a Social Democrats-Greens coalition four more years in power - though most lawmakers are likely to reject the proposal.

The country has been without a government since September, when an election delivered a hung parliament that has already rejected both Social Democrat leader Stefan Lofven and the leader of the four-party, centre-right Alliance as prime minister.

   

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