Sweden in front of replacement of Social Democrat Prime Ministers

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has announced plans to step down from office, with his likely successor being current the current Finance Minister of the Nordic Country, Swedish news portal TheLocal.se reports.
Löfven has announced he will resign after fellow Social Democrat and Swedish Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson becomes party leader. Yet no specific time for the replacement has been given.
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As soon as Löfven is replaced as the leader of the Social Democratic Party, the only thing standing between Andersson and making history as the first woman to form a Swedish government is a vote in the Riksdag.
The 54-year-old Finance Minister, who has served in the post under the leadership Löfven, since 2014, will face a fight for political survival in taking the reins of the Social Democrats before of combative general elections scheduled for September 2022. Andersson describes herself as a «nice, hard-working woman», who likes to be in charge, while in political circles, she has built a reputation for bluntness, TheLocal.se reports.