STOCKHOLM, Sweden — Annie Lööf,leader of the Centre Party in Sweden, said on Tuesday that she is open to supporting Stefan Löfven as Prime Minister — if however he’s willing to make a series of concessions.
“We hope that Stefan Löfven realizes that in order for him to have a chance of becoming prime minister, he will need to carry out Centre Party and centre-right policies,” she said.
A vote on installing Löfven as PM will be held on Wednesday, December 5th. Löfven is currently leading Sweden’s transitional government during a time of uncertainty.
He atteneded the meeting in Brussels over the talks of the U.K. exiting the EU.