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What's the next step in Sweden's government-forming process?

Members of the media crowd round Stefan Löfven. Photo: Hanna Franzén / TT

Published: 10.Dec.2018 07:18 hrs

UPDATE: Social Democrat leader Stefan Löfven said he was "ready to compromise" after the Centre Party announced it would vote no to his proposal as prime minister. So what does this mean for the ongoing deadlock, and what happens next?

Löfven said he had the support of his party in making compromises with the Centre Party, one of the four parties that make up the centre-right Alliance.

"We are open to work in a constructive way for Sweden to get a new government as quickly as possible," the Social Democrat leader said.

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