Sweden's left-leaning minority government in crisis after far-right revolt

December 3, 2014 9:30 AM

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Sweden's left-leaning minority government in crisis after far-right revolt

Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven, Social Democrats, second from right, talks at a press conference at the chancellery in Stockholm, Sweden, late Tuesday Dec. 2, 2014. He is surrounded by, from left, Minister of Education Gustav Fridolin and Deputy Prime Minister Asa Romson of the Green Party and Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson of the Social Democrats. Lofven said the government's talks with the center-right opposition had not resulted in their support for the government's national budget. (AP Photo/TT News Agency, Pontus Lundahl) SWEDEN OUT (The Associated Press)

Sweden's party leaders of the center-right opposition leave the chancellery in Stockholm, Sweden, late Tuesday Dec. 2, 2014, after talks with the center-left government about the national budget. From left Anna Kinberg Batra, Moderates; Goran Hagglund (hidden), Christian Democrats; Annie Loof, Cente...

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