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The Danish Prime Minister narrowly won the elections but resigned from forming a new government

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Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced she would submit her government's resignation. The 44-year-old told party supporters in Copenhagen she would resign. Her Social Democrats were again the strongest force, receiving 27.5 per cent of votes in what was their best result in 20 years.
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The Danish Prime Minister narrowly won the elections but resigned from forming a new government

Mette Frederiksen had called for elections last month amid a series of controversies that plundered his administration.

3 months ago·C A B A, Argentina
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Denmark's Prime Minister resigns

Mitt Frederiksen narrowly won Tuesday's general election and is a member of the Social Democratic Party.

3 months ago
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Denmark: Danish prime minister narrowly wins — and yet wants to resign

Denmark is facing an exciting election — with a spontaneous turn in favor of the Social Democrats. There are plans for a new government alliance behind Frederiksen's resignation.

3 months ago·Düsseldorf, Germany
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Danish prime minister submits resignation

She won the parliamentary elections in Denmark. However, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen submitted her resignation. Because it now wants to put the governing coalition on a broader basis.

3 months ago·Hamburg, Germany
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Danish Prime Minister and her party win the elections but resigns anyway

Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen's Social Democrats won the elections in Denmark. Together with the other parties of her centre-left bloc, she maintained a narrow majority in parliament. Nevertheless, Frederiksen said that her government will resign.

3 months ago·Netherlands
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Danish Prime Minister Frederiksen to step down

Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has announced she would submit her government’s resignation.

3 months ago
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