Sweden's ruling center-left Social Democratic Party won the greatest share of votes in Sunday's parliamentary elections but just barely, winning about 28.4 percent. The Social Democrats' ruling coalition earned a combined 40.6 percent of the vote, for about 144 seats in the 349-seat Riksdag, or Parliament, while the center-right Alliance coalition, led by the Moderates, got 40.3 percent, for about 142 seats. The biggest gain was by the far-right, anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats, who got 17.6 percent of the votes, for about 63 seats, from 49 seats in the 2014 election. It's unclear how either the center-left or center-right coalition will form a government, as both reiterated after the vote that they won't form a government with the Sweden Democrats.

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