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Danish left-wing bloc could retain majority in parliament

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A full preliminary vote count shows a center-left bloc is set to win Denmark’s election with a one-seat majority in Parliament. The result puts Prime Minister Mette Fredriksen in a strong position to stay in power. The result is preliminary and based on the assumption that a vote count in Greenland expected early Wednesday will give the autonomous territory’s two seats to the center-left bloc.
Published 3 months ago · Copenhagen, Denmark

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Danish left-wing bloc could retain majority in parliament

COPENHAGEN - Denmark's left-leaning bloc will maintain a slim majority of seats in parliament after all votes from Tuesday's election were counted, public broadcaster DR said on Wednesday. The majority will however depend on the support of two seats from Greenland, which have yet to be determined. Greenland, a sovereign territory of Denmark, usually elects left-wing candidates. (

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