The politician in his program promises to fight for equality, democracy, and climate.

The new leader of the Social Democratic Workers’ Party of Sweden (SDRPS), Magdalena Andersson, did not receive objections from the parliamentary majority and was again confirmed as Prime Minister of the kingdom. The politician was elected for the second time in less than a week.

A minority of 173 deputies opposed by a margin of two votes. “Since less than half of the members of parliament voted against, Magdalena Andersson was elected Prime minister,” Speaker Andreas Norlen said.

On November 24, a few hours after the approval, Andersson, who took the place at the head of the Social Democrats and the cabinet after the resignation of Stefan Lofven, who had held the post since 2014, was forced to resign due to the collapse of the coalition.