Stefan Löfven Current Affairs, GK & News

Swedish PM Stefan Lofven loses no-confidence vote

Swedish Prime Minister, Stefan Lofven, has become country’s first prime minister to lose a no-confidence vote. Key Points Losing a no-confidence vote means, he can now either resign or trigger a snap election. Motion of no confidence was passed with a majority of 181 MPs in 349-seat parliament. Lofven is the first head of government ..

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India-Sweden: PMs to hold Virtual Summit on Bilateral Issues

The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi will hold the virtual summit with his Swedish counterpart, Stefan Lofven on March 5, 2021. Highlights Both the Prime Ministers will exchange their views on the global and regional issues. They will also be discussing the bilateral relations between both the countries. The Ministry of External Affairs highlighted ..

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Stefan Lofven elected as new Prime Minister of Sweden

In Sweden, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has been elected for a second term on 18th January 2019 after an agreement was struck between the Social Democrats, Greens, Liberals, and Centre Party, and after the Left Party agreed to abstain from voting against Lofven. He is expected to formally present his new government and its full ..

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