'Bulldozer' Andersson: Sweden's Short-Lived First Woman Prime Minister

'Bulldozer' Andersson: Sweden's Short-Lived First Woman Prime Minister

Newsdesk |
November 25, 2021

Social Democrat Magdalena Andersson, who quit just hours after becoming the first woman elected Sweden's prime minister, is a "bulldozer" who faces a tough battle fending off an unprecedented challenge by the right-wing and far-right in next year's general election.

New Delhi, 25 November 2021

As per news report of NDTV,The 54-year-old, with straight blond hair and no-nonsense attitude, describes herself as a "nice, hard-working woman" who likes to be in charge. In political circles, she has built a reputation for being direct and blunt, a quality that rubs some the wrong way in a country where consensus is the law of the land. A recent TV profile of her was titled "The Bulldozer". "People even say they are scared of her which is kind of funny, these elite political scientists or professors of economics saying they are afraid of her," said Anders Lindberg, political editor at daily Aftonbladet, which describes itself as independent social democratic.

Source - NDTV


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