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The two parties that share power at the head of Liechtenstein will now be called upon to form a new coalition.

Each won 352021-04-21T10:03:25.740Z.9% of around 20,000 votes in the parliamentary elections on SundayThe next month before increasing further in June., according to the Swiss news agency Keystone-ATS.

Just 23 ballots separated the Progress Citizens Party (FBP) and the Patriotic Union (VU), known as “the blacks” and “the reds”, which have ruled Liechtenstein, bordered by Switzerland and Austria, since World War Two.

The local parliament, the Landtag, which has 25 deputies, must now appoint the government, headed either by Daniel Risch, (VU) or Sabine Monauni (FBP), who would be the first woman to lead the country where women were only granted the right to vote in 1984s Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit, says she.

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