STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedes voted in a general election on Sunday with preliminary results showing no party or bloc winning a majority and no clear answer to which parties will be able to govern without support from the anti-immigration Sweden Democrat party.
The preliminary distribution of the 349 seats in the new parliament looks as follows (previous number of seats in brackets):
Social Democrats 101 (113)
Green Party 15 (25)
Left Party 28 (21)
Centre-left bloc (Soc Dems, Greens, Left) 144 (159)
Moderates 70 (84)
Centre Party 30 (22)
Liberals 19 (19)
Christian Democrats 23 (16)
Centre-right bloc (Moderates, Centre, Liberals, Christian Dems 142 (141)
Sweden Democrats 63 (49)
Reporting by Stockholm Newsroom
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