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Centre-Right Alliance: Coalition Talks and Centre-Left Group

centre-right alliance: That showing is not strong enough for it to lead a government, but it reflects how deeply that Sweden, famous for its progressive policies, is being transformed by migration, according to Vancouver Courier. The country that is home to the Nobel prizes and militarily neutral policies for the better part of two centuries has been known for its comparatively open doors to migrants and refugees. Sunday's election left the two rival blocs a centre-left group and a centre-right alliance with roughly 40 per cent of the vote each, portending what is likely to be weeks of uncertainty and complex coalition talks before a new government can be formed.article continues below Trending Stories Warning issued after passenger infected with measles lands at YVRThe Sweden Democrats, which has roots in a neo-Nazi movement but has worked to soften its image, won 17.6 per cent, up from 13 per cent in 2014, for a third-place finish. Sunday's general election was the first since Sweden, with a population of 10 million, took in a record 163,000 migrants in 2015 the highest per capita of any European country. Since 2015, the centre-left government has sharply restricted immigration, but many Swedes complain that society cannot cope with integrating so many newcomers, many of them Muslims from Africa and the Middle East. That had followed the earlier arrival of hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers. ( As reported in the news.