Sweden’s centre-left PM Andersson concedes defeat in elections

Sweden’s centre-left pm andersson concedes defeat in elections

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Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson has conceded defeat in the general election and announced that she will resign.

Ulf Kristersson of the Moderate Party will now try to build a government after his coalition won a parliamentary majority by just a few seats.

But Kristersson’s reliance on the right-wing Sweden Democrats makes the job harder after they became the second-biggest party in Parliament.

Al Jazeera’s @Paul Rhys reports from Malmo, Sweden.

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