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Sweden elects first-ever female Prime Minister — but she quits just a few hours later

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"In other words, the political chaos is over as long as nothing more unexpected happens."The Green Party said it would support her in any new vote in parliament, despite pulling out of the previous agreement.While they were unable to agree a budget, all of the main parties in the parliament worked to lock out Sweden Democrats, a populist, anti-immigration party, from having any role in government.Despite introducing universal suffrage 100 years ago and having firm gender equality laws, many around the world have expressed surprise at the fact that Sweden has never had a female leader.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here..

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