Sweden’s first female PM resigns hours after appointment – BBC News

The complexities of Swedish politics mean we can’t assume we’ve seen the last of her, though. If there’s another prime ministerial vote, Ms Andersson will probably get voted in again. This is because the Green party has promised to support her, despite quitting as a formal coalition partner. But she’d end up in a vulnerable position at the helm of a fragile minority government, and would still have to stick to the right-wing budget already voted on by parliament.