STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Sweden’s parliament will vote in early December on whether Social Democrat Stefan Lofven, the current caretaker prime minister, should form a new administration, the speaker said on Friday.
A hung parliament has already voted out Lofven, prime minister for four years until a September election, and there is little indication he has enough support to pass the vote.
Parliament has also rejected centre-right Alliance leader Ulf Kristersson as prime minister.
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(Reporting by Stockholm Newsroom; Editing by Robin Pomeroy)