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>> Sweden's far right celebrating a surge of support after Sunday's election. The Sweden Democrats which has roots in the White Supremacist French upsetting centuries of consensus between the country's two traditional blocks. They've taken votes at the expense of the big parties and the nation now faces weeks of political uncertainty.
But, the celebrations might be premature, says Reuters Johanns Alanda.>> I am at a Sweden democrat election party. The anti-immigrant party has dome well, but not as well as they would have wanted. They're a few percentage points under what they were predicted in the polls and they're some way off to become the second biggest party as they hope to be.
We don't know who won, the two traditional center left and center right blocks are completely deadloacked. It's within a couple of percentage points from each other and the hard work starts now.>> The ruling Center Left Block now commands only a two seat lead over the Center Right Alliance.
But if talks between the two big blocks fall through, the Sweden Democrats could get a seat at the negotiating table, they're expected to take home 17% of the vote. The party's leader Jimmie Akesson told supporters his party will gain a huge influence over what happens in the country during the coming months and years.
They want out of the European Union and to freeze immigration, but it might not be that straightforward. Have been shunned by all other parties since entering Parliament in 2010. And the Center Right Alliance has already said it won't form a government with them. Sundays result adding to Brussels' woes.
Sweden has long been one of Europe's most liberal voices. Now, it's the latest nation to join a choir of far-right support. As fears over migration and globalization sweep the continent.