Stockholm – After the vote is before the vote: The Social Democrat Magdalena Andersson, who resigned after a few hours in office, has a second chance to become Swedish head of government. Parliament’s President Andreas Norlén proposed to the Reichstag in Stockholm on Thursday that the 54-year-old should be elected Prime Minister in a vote. This vote is scheduled to take place on Monday.
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