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Sweden's Deputy Prime Minister Asa Romson resigned Monday after her Green Party proposed replacing her as leader, dealing a blow to the center-left coalition government which has been struggling since it took power in 2014 .Romson's resignation forced Social Democratic Prime Minister Stefan Lofven to announce that he will reshuffle his cabinet before the end of May. He said he will keep the Greens as junior coalition partners.Romson and Fridolin had asked the party convention on May 13-15 to vote on whether to replace them.Together with the Left Party, the government coalition has 39 percent support, compared with 43 percent for the center-right opposition parties.
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