Mustafa AY – TDO – 17.10.2018 At the last weekend, Sweden’s Moderate Party’s leader Ulf Kristersson couldn’t succeed in forming a government on the grounds that centre-right parties didn’t support him. So, Swedish Parliament turned its eye on centre-left Social Democrats automatically. On Monday, the parliament assigned the current caretaker government’s PM Stefan Lofven to form a new government. Lofven, who also executes the leadership of Social Democrats, accomplished to attain an important triumph over centre-left parties with his centre-right partners. As a result of parliamentary elections, centre-left managed to obtain 144 seats of 349 in parliament.