(Bloomberg) -- Sweden’s prime minister, Stefan Lofven, defied speculation he would resign and instead replaced a number of ministers in his Cabinet amid a political crisis triggered by a government agency’s failure to protect classified data.

“I don’t want political chaos in Sweden, that’s not what we need right now,” Lofven said. “I will take responsibility and ensure we don’t get a political crisis.” But opposition members were already signaling they weren’t satisfied with the steps taken, and Lofven’s government remains far from secure.

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