Thursday, November 25, 2021
It seemed like a new era was dawning in Sweden on Wednesday when Magdalena Andersson, the leader of the center-left Social Democratic Party, became the country's first female prime minister. Her historic term lasted about seven hours. She resigned on Thursday, a day after a painful budget defeat in parliament.
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