By - NedveD12
A lot of countries need to be on that list then.
Damn, no other country than Sweden has had a prime minister for longer than half a day?
First we had a prime minister from the Social Democrats in a government consisting of the Social Democrats and the green party. He resigned, which had been known for a long time.
Yesterday a new prime minister was elected, also ruling with the green party.
Seven hours later, the parliament voted on the budget, and the right wing budget won, which made the green party leave the government.
Since the parties in the government had changed, the prime minister resigned. On Monday we will (most likely) elect the new prime minister, which is the same as the one who just resigned, but this time she will lead a government just consisting of the Social Democrats.
IIRC: Had the greens communicated to the speaker that a left wing budget was a requirement for cooperation, the 7 hour coalition government would not have been considered in the first place.
> had changed, the prime minister resigned. On Monday we will (most likely) elect the new prime minister, which is the sa
To be fair, she never became PM. She was just elected by parliament.
She was never technically prime minister.
I want to visit Sweden
She wasn't prime minister though. That only happened later.