Sweden’s first female prime minister, Magdalena Andersson has resigned from office just eight hours after she became prime minister.
Andersson was forced to resign after the Green Party — a junior partner to Andersson’s Social Democrats — said it would not be part of an Andersson government if forced to implement a 2022 budget amended by the opposition.
Although her resignation is technical, she is still ready to lead a one-party cabinet and will now face a new vote.
A centre-right party that has previously supported the government refused to back her in a parliamentary vote on Wednesday, sealing the fate of the government’s bill in favour of a competing proposal by conservative parties.
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