Sweden government deadlock solved as ruling coalition reaches agreement with minority parties
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Sweden’s ruling coalition has struck a deal with two minority parties to maintain power and ensure that the far-Right Sweden Democrats cannot gain political influence after 124 days of deadlock. 

Annie Lööf, leader of the Centre Party, said on that her party had reached “a breakthrough” in talks with the Social Democrat, Green and Liberal Parties. 

The Telegraph

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