Wimmins in politics seems to work out well then

Sweden’s prime minister-elect has resigned seven hours after being appointed the country’s first female political leader.

19 thoughts on “Wimmins in politics seems to work out well then”

  1. But at least she got a lovely bouquet of roses. They’ll actually last longer than her Premiership, if she remembers to put them in the celebratory champagne.

  2. I’m all for a good laugh but her coalition fell apart so she stood down. Let’s save the misogynistic gloating for someone who deserves it, like mad queen Jacinda of NZ.

  3. Last week Kamala Harris was President for a butt clenching 87 minutes. However, she still is in the running to extend that streak; much to the envy of Hillary Clinton.

  4. ‘Once again proof of a political public secret: Never, Ever, attempt a coalition with the Greens.’

    True Grikath. It might work!!!!

  5. Bloke in North Dorset

    “ Once again proof of a political public secret: Never, Ever, attempt a coalition with the Greens.”

    You should have warned Scholz and Lindner. The Greens have managed to get a coalition principle that all policies have to take in to consideration global warming, not quite the veto they wanted their environment ministry.

    I wonder how long it will last when the lights start going out?

  6. It happened in Austria. The Greens managed to force Christian Kurz to resign, even though there is nothing concrete against him.

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