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Danish leader to quit in bid to form new Cabinet despite win

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Voters in Greenland secured the last two seats necessary for the center-left bloc to win Denmark's general election. Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen plans to resign later Wednesday. She wants to attempt to form a new government with broader support across the political divide. The Social Democrats remained Denmark's top party with 27.54% of votes.
Published 3 months ago · Copenhagen, Denmark

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