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STOCKHOLM, June 20 — Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said today he had agreed with the governments cooperation parties to offer a compromise regarding rent control, in a bid to avoid losing a no-confidence vote in Parliament tomorrow.
Earlier this week the opposition Sweden Democrats called a vote of no confidence scheduled for tomorrow, which Lofven looked set to lose after the Left Party withdrew its support for the government over a proposal to ease rent controls on newly built apartments. — Reuters
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