Sweden to form government

The final results of Sweden’s parliamentary election yesterday confirmed a narrow majority for the conservative-right camp and a record result for the right-wing populist Sweden Democrats. According to the results, the four-party bloc of conservative Ulf Kristersson won 176 seats in last Sunday’s contested election, while the left-leaning camp of former Social Democratic Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson won 173.

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