After the two biggest political parties, the Moderates and now the Social Democrats, have failed to gather enough support to form a government, the Speaker of Parliament has announced the unusual step of leading group meetings himself.
Radio Sweden’s Loukas Christodoulou analyses the situation.
Related links from around the North:
Canada: Canadian budget “step in the right direction” says national Inuit organization, Eye on the Arctic
Finland: Finnish government survives confidence vote on bill weakening job security, Yle News
Russia: Regional government in northwestern Russia slashes budget by 5%, The Independent Barents Observer
United States: Alaska Governor Walker drops re-election bid and backs Democratic candidate, Alaska Public Media