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Denmark after the general elections: a change in relations within the European Union?


On Wednesday, June 24th, talks on the formation of the government registered a new setback, following elections, held on 18th  June, for the renewal of one hundred seventy-nine members of the Folketing, the unicameral parliament of Denmark.

On Wednesday, June 24th, talks on the formation of the government registered a new setback, following elections, held on 18th  June, for the renewal of one hundred seventy-nine members of the Folketing, the unicameral parliament of Denmark.

Talking to the public television DR, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, leader of the Venstre (Liberal) has admitted that there are many difficulties that hinder the achievement of an agreement with the right wing eurosceptics (Dansk Folkeparti). The odd man out in the talks, Anders Samuelsen, head of the Alliance of Liberals – that can rely on seven and a half percent of the vote and thirteen seats – pointed out that Venstre and eurosceptics would not have ninety seats needed for a majority coalition. Dansk Folkeparti’s leader, Thulesen Kristian Dahl, said that an agreement is not near.

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