Swedish Prime Minister steps down following no-confidence vote




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The Swedish Stefan Lofven on Monday announced his resignation a week after a no-confidence vote against him in .


Lofven, a Social Democrat, said at a press conference that he had decided against called fresh elections in the light of the Coronavirus pandemic.


It was the first time a Swedish premier had such a no-confidence vote.

The vote was called after a left-wing party withdrew its support for Lofven’ minority government, due a clash about proposed reforms to Sweden’s rental market.

The next scheduled is in September .

(dpa/NAN)