More than a week after the parliamentary elections, Danemark has a government without a majority. Although the extreme right has made a significant score, the People’s Party did not belong.
In the Danish elections of 18 June, the People’s Party (far right) has become the largest right-wing party. Yet it shall not enter the government, reports the Danish newspaper Politiken.
Denmark will be managed by a government led by the liberal party, Venstre, which won only 34 seats in Parliament, but without a majority. For the latter, or 90 seats, the Liberal Party should rally behind him right number of MPs, including much of those of the People’s Party.
The extreme right is now the second largest party in Denmark
In the eyes of the leader of the extreme right party, Kristian Dahl Thulesen, strengths will have more influence by staying outside government. As for the new Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, he must navigate to find a majority to pass each reform.
Now Politiken believes, “the big question will be how the party leaders can prevent the People’s Party continues coasting