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How the Danish left succeeded to win the 2019 elections

By Britta Thomsen / 12 June, 2019

Denmark has seen two major elections in 2019: European and two weeks later parliamentary. In both cases, voters moved away from populist parties, chose the mainstream parties – and provided Progressives with election victories. Specifically, the parliamentary elections resulted in a move to the left, unseen since 1971. Voters clearly...

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A comeback for the Danish Social Democrats?

By Jan-Erik Støstad / 3 June, 2019

Will Mette Frederiksen pull off an election victory for the Danish Social democrats on June 5 and become Prime Minister? It looks good with strong polls and a professional campaign. And it confirms a trend in the Nordic countries: soon, all Scandinavian EU countries could be run be Social Democrats....

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Danish Social Democrats: the struggle to rebuilt trust

By Peter Koch Palshøj / 29 May, 2019

Perhaps the script of Shakespeare’s Hamlet should be rewritten: Something interesting is happening in Denmark! Voters leave the populists, and some of them move to the Social Democrat party. Soon, Denmark may have a Social Democrat government, built on a centre-left majority. The spring of 2019 is an exhausting season...

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