Swedish Liberals say ready to work with center left after vote

September 16, 2014 1:36 PM

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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's Liberal Party, one of the four members of the government coalition, is willing to cooperate in certain areas with a government led by the center-left Social Democrats, the parliamentary group leader Johan Pehrson, said on Tuesday.

Stefan Lofven, leader of the Social Democratic party which emerged victorious in Sunday's general election, has repeatedly said that he wants to "extend a hand" to the Liberal and Centre Party to get broad support for his new government.

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