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Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced early elections for November 1



He wants a stronger coalition

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has called early parliamentary elections for November 1, as she wants to rule with a stronger majority.

“We want a broad government coalition consisting of parties from both sides of the political poles,” she said. By calling early elections, she preempted the vote of no confidence that was announced in the parliament.

Current opinion polls predict a very close result, as the minority government of the social democratic party Mette Frederiksen and its supporters, some smaller center-left parties, very much on par with the center-right bloc, which consists of conservatives and liberals.

44 years old Frederiksen she has led the Danish government since 2019, when she became the youngest prime minister in the country’s history. She got into office because of promises to expand social rights, which have been shrinking more and more in recent years with liberal economic reforms.

Source: Rtvslo

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