SwedenSwedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven ousted in no-confidence vote, first time ever in Swedish political history……. By KGSaccess_time1 year agochat_bubble_outlineLeave a comment Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven ousted in no-confidence vote Social Democrat leader Stefan Löfven has been voted out of the job by a majority of parliament – the first Swedish prime minister to be ousted in such a vote. A total of 204 of Sweden’s 349 members of parliament voted no to Löfven as prime minister on Tuesday morning. READ ALSO: Everything you need to know about the Swedish election It will now be up to speaker of parliament Andreas Norlén to ask another party leader to try to form a government. Löfven is however set to lead a caretaker government during the weeks or months it is expected to take to find a new head of government. Elections on September 9th left neither of Sweden’s main blocs with an absolute majority, with just one seat separating the centre-left (Social Democrats and the Green Party) and the centre-right Alliance (Moderate Party, Centre Party, Christian Democrats, and Liberals). The Sweden Democrats are the third largest group, and some right-wing MPs have suggested cooperation with the far-right party. The Centre Party and Liberals have said they would quit the Alliance if the Moderates and Christian Democrats were to negotiate a deal – for example on immigration – with the far-right in exchange for their support. More here.