The Swedish government could face major changes following the data breach involving the country’s Transport Agency, Bloomberg reports. Parties within parliament are planning to go forward with no-confidence motions against three of Prime Minister Stefan Lofven’s Cabinet ministers. The three ministers have been targeted for their lackluster response to the incident. Lofven likely faces a difficult decision as the country determines the best way to move forward after the breach. “Lofven has the right to call a snap election but it’s more likely that he will step down,” said SEB AB Chief Economist Robert Bergqvist.
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