Current Finance Minister and Social Democrat leader Magdalena Andersson attends a press conference after being appointed as the country's new Prime Minister following a voting at the Swedish Parliament Riksdagen in Stockholm, Sweden November 24, 2021. Sweden's first female prime minister, Social Democrat Magdalena Andersson, resigned on Wednesday after less than 12 hours in the top job after the Green Party quit their two-party coalition, stoking political uncertainty. Erik Simander /TT News Agency/via REUTERS

Current Finance Minister and Social Democrat leader Magdalena Andersson attends a press conference after being appointed as the country's new Prime Minister following a voting at the Swedish Parliament Riksdagen in Stockholm, Sweden November 24, 2021. Andersson is the first ever Swedish female prime minister. Erik Simander /TT News Agency/via REUTERS

Current Finance Minister and Social Democrat leader Magdalena Andersson is appointed as the country's new Prime Minister after a voting at the Swedish Parliament Riksdagen in Stockholm, Sweden November 24, 2021. But Andersson said she had told the speaker of parliament she hoped to be appointed prime minister again as the head of a single-party government, and the prospects of that happening appeared fairly strong given support from other parties. Erik Simander /TT News Agency/via REUTERS

Current Finance Minister and Social Democrat leader Magdalena Andersson is congratulated after being appointed as the country's new Prime Minister following a voting at the Swedish Parliament Riksdagen in Stockholm, Sweden November 24, 2021. Erik Simander /TT News Agency/via REUTERS

Current Finance Minister and Social Democrat leader Magdalena Andersson is congratulated after being appointed as the country's new Prime Minister following a voting at the Swedish Parliament Riksdagen in Stockholm, Sweden November 24, 2021. The Green Party quit after parliament rejected the coalition's budget bill. Erik Simander /TT News Agency/via REUTERS