Hours after Magdalena Andersson, the Swedish Prime Minister, was nominated by a party to support her, voted for the opposition’s budget proposal.
Madrid (European Media)-The Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Anderson quit Wednesday. He was appointed shortly after the vote on the budget ended with a proposal of the Conservative opposition.
In a statement, The Swedish Parliament stated that Anderson’s resignation request was accepted by its chairman and said that the party leaders would be in touch to clarify the situation.
Anderson’s Social Democrats, Green Party and Green Party friends voted “yes” to her appointment. This was the same number as the conservative opposition got. Anderson was finally applauded, clearly moved by the Swedish parliamentary system.
After the budget vote, however, the Green Party resigned from the government coalition that supported Anderson. The Central Party’s “veto” of the ruling coalition’s budget project did not get the necessary votes to implement public accounts.
Anderson will need to apply, despite the fact that the conservative opposition has 154 votes for and 143 votes against the project.
Anderson stated that “according to constitutional practice,” a party must leave the coalition government if it wishes to resign. The newspaper reported that Anderson also stated that he did not wish to lead a government whose legitimacy was being questioned. Sydsvenskan.
He clarified that he wants to be reelected as prime minister in a pure social democratic government. However, he acknowledged that it may be difficult.
Swedish Green Party Deputy Prime Minister Per Bolund said he “fully understands” that the camp supporting Anderson in the morning and the “change of mind” in the afternoon seemed “complicated”, but clarified that the decision “depends on the vote of the budget”.
According to the Aftonbladet newspaper, “This is a stormy moment,” Bolund exclaimed. Bolund continued, stating that “we are shocked and angry at the actions by the Central Party” and then pointing out that the “political games” of the previous day “culminated.” “Politics is more than a game for us.He added.
Anderson is Sweden’s first woman to lead the government and has been Minister of Finance since 2014, but when the outgoing Prime Minister Steffan Lofven announced in August that he would leave the political front in order to facilitate his party Can prepare for the September 2022 elections.