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The Swedish Riksdag (parliament) will hold a second confirmatory vote for Prime Minister-Designate Magdalena Andersson on Monday 29 November following a chaotic 24 hours in the nation's politics.

  • Andersson was confirmed as PM in a vote on 24 November, only for the passage of the Opposition's budget to prompt the withdrawal of the Greens from the governing coaltion. This resulted in Andresson's resignation after just a few hours in office.
  • Despite her centre-left Social Democrats holding just 100 of the 349 seats in parliament, Andersson should be confirmed as PM. A majority is not required in favour, but simply not a majority against. This means that with the Social Democrats voting in favour and the Greens, Left Party, Centre Party and independent abstaining the Opposition will only be able to muster 174 votes against, one short of denying Andresson the premiership.