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Sweden’s parliament approved finance minister and Social Democratic Party leader Magdalena Andersson as the country’s prime minister but she then quit hours later, The Associated Press reported.
Andersson suffered a defeat in parliament with the budget, according to the Associated Press. She stepped down seven hours after earning the title of first female prime minister.
Subsequently, the Green Party decided to leave the minority coalition government with Andersson’s Social Democrats.
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