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[–] Lazmat 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago  (edited ago)

These elections are rigged but results can still be gained even in a stacked card's what I wrote.... earlier close to 20% and that's exit poll in a rigged election for leftists, while the commies, greens and feminists are probably dead, 'pirate party' gone. Centrist party seems dead. Thousands of districts still unreported. Here is something to consider an alliance of Social Democrats, Sveriges socialdemokratiska arbetareparti plus Greens plus Lefty Party only gives 40% ....While an alliance of Moderates Moderata samlingspartiet plus Centrist and L Liberalerna and KD Kristdemokraterna only delivers 39% whatever the outcome this will be an unwanted government not voted for or not supported by the majority of people. The single party since 1889 that has ruled Sweden unchallenged since before WW2 has finally been defeated. Although unlikely but if the 'moderates' joined with Swedish Democrats...who the world media call 'Trump-like' or Rightwing...joined the Swede Democrats to form an alliance then shit really hits the fan. Also getting exposure were possible real Alt-Rights Neo-Nazis Ultra Nationalists though groups like Alternative for Sweden and NRM or NMR Nordiska motståndsrörelsen...for an extreme left open borders nation Sweden is now shifting right and it is shifting fast. analysts, polls, riggers everyone will get it wrong or will they rig it for the left? form a leftist multi party coalition to keep the conservative out? "Too Close To Call" ? Jimmie Åkesson made them big gains by the left will rig the election against him?

[–] Atomized_Individual [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

10.45pm: ‘Prime Minister Stefan Lofven should step down’

Ulf Kristersson, leader of the centre-right Moderates, has called on Sweden’s leader to resign in light of tonight’s preliminary results.

In a reference to Mr Lofven’s minority cabinet, Mr Kristersson told supporters: “This government has run its course.

“Now it should resign.”

Neither Mr Kristersson’s centre-right Alliance or Mr Lofven’s centre-left coalition have won enough votes to secure a majority.

10.20pm: Sweden Democrats ‘will gain huge influence’

Sweden Democrats leader Jimmie Akesson has told supporters he is prepared to talk and cooperate with all other parties.

At a party rally in Stockholm, he said: "We increase our seats in parliament and we see that we will gain huge influence over what happens in Sweden during the coming weeks, months and years.”