The Local se: Sweden’s government collapses as prime minister loses no-confidence vote

Sweden’s parliament has voted in favour of a no-confidence motion against Social Democrat Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, a historic result that means the country could face snap elections later this year. He must now resign or call elections. The crisis comes after the Left Party (Vänsterpartiet) refused to support government plans to remove rental controls.

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Chancellor Angela Merkel in conversation with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven

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