Swedish premier forms minority gov't

Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt has formed a minority government after his center-right coalition lost control of Parliament in last month's election.

Reinfeldt presented his government on Tuesday, after his four-party alliance won 173 of 349 seats in the Sept. 19 vote — two short of a majority.

The Red Green opposition also lost ground in the election and the far-right Sweden Democrats managed to enter Parliament for the first time, holding balance of power with 20 seats.

The new 24-member Cabinet includes seven new ministers, with four leaving their posts.