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Leijonborg: Reinfeldt Obvious Choice for PM

Published måndag 24 juli 2006 kl 11.19
Alliance Party Leaders Lars Leijonborg, Göran Hägglund, Maud Olofsson and Fredrik Reinfeldt

In an interview with Swedish Radio, Liberal party leader Lars Leijonborg says that if the Alliance for Sweden wins the election, the future Prime Minister should come from the party which receives the most votes.

Looking at current polls that would mean liberal conservative Moderate Party leader Fredrik Reinfeldt would become Prime Minister.

Leijonborg admitted that Reinfeldt was the obvious choice, adding that Reinfeldt would do a good job.

The other two alliance parties; the Christian Democrats and the Center Party also agree that a center-right opposition Prime Minister should come from the party with the most votes.

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