Sweden’s first ever female prime minister has resigned just hours after she was appointed, writes BBC.
Magdalena Andersson, was announced as leader on Wednesday but resigned after her coalition partner quit the government and her budget failed to pass.
Instead, parliament voted for a budget drawn-up by the opposition which includes the anti-immigrant far right.
“I have told the speaker that I wish to resign”, - Ms Andersson told reporters.
Her coalition partner, the Greens Party said it could not accept a budget “drafted for the first time with the far-right”.
Ms Andersson said that she hoped to try to become prime minister again as a single party government leader.