Parliament is open and the prime minister is out - but who will lead Sweden is still an unanswered question.
- None hold a majority.
The fight for government power, two weeks after the general election, began in earnest on Monday when Sweden's freshly chosen MPs voted in a new speaker.
- Andreas Norlén
With Monday's vote to select a new speaker of parliament fast approaching, Friday saw Sweden's two main political parties put forward their own candidates for the post.
- Twenty percent.
The Green Party's narrow escape from exiting parliament at the recent general election was all thanks to tactical voting from supporters of the Social Democrats, the Left Party and the Feminist Initiative, a post-election survey by pollsters Novus suggests.
- What is to be done?
The final election results have now been counted, and there is still no clear view of who will form the next government.
- Interview with Folkbladet editor.
Support for the Social Democrats has dropped in 250 out of Sweden's 290 municipalities, preliminary election results show. Is Social Democracy in decline in Sweden?
- Who will lead Sweden?
Some seats in the Parliament have changed hands during the counting of the so-called Wednesday votes: overseas ballots as well as some remaining early votes. But the final result is still too close to call.
- Says Social Democrats should support an Alliance government.
The leaders of the centre-right opposition Alliance on Wednesday called on the ruling Social Democrats to step aside and help them form a stable government and end the political uncertainty following Sunday's election.
Sweden finds itself in an uncertain political situation the day after the national elections.
- 1 av 2Local elections.
The outcome of the election result in Sweden's three biggest cities is as unclear as in the general election.
Sweden's Social Democrat Prime Minister is not stepping down - but he faces a vote to stay in power that he seems likely to lose, unless he can convince some of the opposition to support him.
- Election debate.
As part of Radio Sweden's election coverage, representatives from all eight Parliamentary parties debated topics including migration, integration and climate, during an hour-long debate at Stockholm's Kulturhuset on Thursday.
- 1 av 2Graph of polling figures2 av 2Polling company Sifo.
The small parties are rising and the Sweden Democrats are shrinking, according to the last Swedish Radio poll-of-polls before the election on Sunday.
- Election analysis.
With just a few days to go until the final day of voting on Sunday, Sweden's next government is unusually hard to predict, says political scientist Sofie Blombäck at Mid-Sweden University.
- On social media and websites.
Several Social Democrat candidates in local elections have been caught spreading misinformation online about their political rivals in Arabic and Somali.