Policy making or soap opera? Andersson returns as Prime Minister of Sweden a few days after resigning
Scenario like not from real life seems the return to the post of Prime Minister of Sweden Magdalena Andersson, this Monday, after removing the doe from the top post, just a few hours after he was appointed last Thursday.
International media report that Sweden's first female prime minister has been reappointed to the top post after political unrest forced her to resign within hours of taking office last week.
Deputies backed Social Democrat leader Magdalena Andersson by a narrow margin in a new vote Monday. She will try to lead a one-party government until elections in September next year.
The now-caretaker Prime Minister stepped down as prime minister after her coalition collapsed as the 54-year-old economist's plan to form a new coalition government with the Green Party came to a head when her budget proposal was not approved.
Instead, parliament voted on a budget drafted by a group of opposition parties, including Sweden's far-right Democrats.
The Green Party said it would not accept a budget drafted by the far right and left the government, leading to its downfall.
Under the convention, the prime minister in Sweden is expected to resign if a coalition party leaves the government.