Sweden’s government toppled after PM Stefan Lofven loses no confidence vote

Sweden’s government was toppled on Monday after Stefan Lofven became the country’s first prime minister to lose a no-confidence vote, meaning he can now either resign or trigger a snap election.The motion of no confidence passed with a majority of 181 MPs in the 349-seat parliament.It was filed on Thursday by the far right Sweden Democrats (SD), after the Left Party, which has propped up the government, announced it was planning to seek support for such a motion itself in protest against a…

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