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An intense election campaign defined the months leading up to the 2014 general election, on Sunday 14th September. Sweden’s incumbent Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, leader of the Conservative Party has resigned, as the centre-left coalition surpassed the centre-right coalition. The leader of the Social Democratic party, Stefan Löfven, will be asked to form the new government, but lacks the majority vote in parliament and will be forced to reach out across coalition lines in order to govern the country efficiently. However, statements on election night by the centre and liberal party leaders indicate that such cooperation will not come easy.