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Denmark: Frederiksen announces resignation from government

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Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has announced the resignation of her government following an election crime story.
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Election in Denmark: Frederiksen announces resignation from government

Denmark's prime minister and leader of the Social Democratic Party is expected to pave the way for cross-bloc government cooperation.

3 months ago·Munich, Germany
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The leader of the elections in Denmark is Matt Frederiksen

The current Prime Minister wins an unexpected victory in the elections

3 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine
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Denmark: Mini-majority for left-wing camp — Frederiksen announces resignation from government following election crime story

The left-wing camp around Mette Frederiksen is likely to have a narrow majority. Yet the government wants to resign.

3 months ago·Düsseldorf, Germany
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Denmark: Mette Frederiksen aims for central government

The parliamentary elections in Denmark were closer than ever before. This could be the impetus for a paradigm shift: pragmatic cooperation instead of ideological block thinking. Although Red-Green would have a razor-thin majority, Social Democrat Frederiksen wants to go in this direction.

3 months ago·Zürich, Switzerland
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Left mini-majority and resignation from government

One and a half months after the crime thriller in Sweden, Scandinavia is having another memorable election evening. But that is not the end of the drama.

3 months ago·Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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Frederiksen announces resignation from government following Danish election crime story

Following the parliamentary elections in Denmark, Social Democratic Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has announced that she will submit the resignation of her government to Queen Margrethe II on Wednesday.

3 months ago
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