Magdalena Andersson elected as Sweden’s first female prime minister for a second time

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Her appointment follows an uncharacteristically tumultuous period in Swedish politics. In June, Andersson’s predecessor, Stefan Lofven, became the first Swedish head of government to lose a no-confidence vote. Known for its stable democracy, the country has become increasingly polarized in recent years over issues such as immigration and the integration of asylum seekers.

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