Magdalena Andersson is on the verge of making history.
The election to become leader took place over the past few days in the city of Gothenburg. In the party’s 131-year history she is only the second female leader to be elected. Mona Sahlin was party leader in 2007, but she never made it to the prime minister’s office.
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