Sweden’s parliament elects Magdalena Andersson as new prime minister, for second time in five days

Sweden’s parliament on Monday elected Magdalena Andersson as the country’s prime minister, the first woman to hold the post, five days after her initial bid lasted only hours.Despite being a nation that has long championed gender equality, Sweden has never before had a woman as prime minister.Last week Andersson was elected by parliament but she had to resign just hours later – before she even had a chance to formally take office – after the Green Party quit her coalition government.The…

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