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Sweden PM Lofven narrowly won support from lawmakers to form new government

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(G.N.S) Dt. 8 Denmark Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has received 116 votes in the 349-seat Riksdagen in favor of giving him the mandate, with 60 abstentions. In Sweden, prime ministers can govern as long as there is no parliamentary majority — a minimum 175 votes — against them. A total 173 votes were cast against Lofven. Lofven has said he will form a two-party Cabinet with the Greens and

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