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Valrysare waiting in Denmark – but still unclear when the
"Valrysare waiting in Denmark – but still unclear when the"

"Twelve lots to choose from and an increasingly charged political debate."

"Denmark is in the starting blocks before the parliamentary election in 2019 – but only prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen and his closest know when it will be elections."

"no Later than the 17 June election results be in place."

"– the prime minister, who has this right, it is an advantage. He can choose the date, which he believes is the best. He can warm up ahead of the elections for a long time and he can use it to rush their opponents, " says Christine Cordsen, the political correspondent at Danmarks radio (DR)."

"She takes us down via a narrow spiral staircase to the DR.'s redaktionslokaler in the basement under Denmark's political centre of Christiansborg."

"down Here, load she and her colleagues are facing a short and intense election campaign – when the prime minister well announces the elections are only three weeks left until election day."

"DR-journalists are set to it also can follow many arbetstyngda weeks or months after the election. Namely, it is not entirely unlikely that the formation of the government will be very long-lasting and complicated."

"– It can be in any case does not exclude, for on both sides are parties, which sets very ultimate requirements, which statsministerkandidaterna will make it very difficult to say yes to. If they hold on to them so it can be a very long process, it is something we try to take into account in our preparations."

"Even the large amount of parties complicates the picture. It was enough with two per cent of the votes to enter the parliament, and in this year's election pits two entirely new parties (New borgerlige and the party Klaus Riskjær Pedersen), and in addition, a new and old (Kristdemokraterne)."

" We are in the very special situation that there are twelve lots to choose from. Even for Danish conditions, it is very, says Christine Cordsen."

"Lars Løkke Rasmussen from the liberal Party, which currently heads a coalition government with the Liberal alliance and The conservative party, want to get re-elected. Against him stands Socialdemokratiets Mette Fredriksen, who is leading in the polls."

"But she has problems. The social-liberal middle had become the party do not intend to set up which is to some extent due to a government led by Fredriksen as long as she clings to the hard-line immigration policy that's now promoting."

"As usual, see what the danes call the policy relating to foreigners out to be a big elections. But also health care, pensions and climate are important debattämnen ahead of the elections."

"Dansk folkeparti weakened"

"The social democratic reversal in migration policies have posed problems for the sweden democrats' sister party Dansk folkeparti (DF), which, according to the polls lost votes."

"During the past term of office has DF and P worked in a wide range of issues, to put pressure on Lars Løkke Rasmussen's political group sack a newspaper. The cooperation has been so close that it has been speculated if the DF will release an S-led government after the election, perhaps not by voting for it, but by putting down their votes."

"– But as DF has lost so much in the polls and with the political debate that we have right now so it might be harder and harder for DF to do it, " says Christine Cordsen."

"at the same time pressed the DF of the new brand New borgerlige, who according to his own account for an even tighter immigration policy than DF."

"Danskättade Orla Vigsø, professor in media and communication at Gothenburg university, believes that the issue of migration in total has taken over the political debate in Denmark. It has become a symbolfråga, constantly in the focus of attention in the media, " he says."

"– You can have it as a weapon against others, that they do not think about. "

"Many of the migrationsbeslut taken is to signal to the outside world," he says."

"– You want to highlight that there is no idea to come to Denmark and that there is no idea to marry a Danish, to do it so you still stay in the rest of the world."

"He describes a kind of shock wave, where the parties push each other forward in an ever tighter stance. As S moved closer to the Dansk folkeparti in the migration issue, so has DF moved on to keep the distance."

"Christine Cordsen do not want to speculate on the outcome of the presidential election. It is far from given."

"– Should you believe the polls, is Mette Fredriksen (S) strong. But there are still many voters who have not decided."

" We are in the very special situation that there are twelve lots to choose from. Even for Danish conditions, it is very."

"Christine Cordsen, the political reporter at Danmarks radio, for the upcoming Danish election."

"Twelve parties standing in the upcoming Danish elections to the folketing."

"Statsministerkandidater is Lars Løkke Rasmussen (Venstre) and Mette Fredriksen (social democrats)."

"today reigns three liberal and conservative parties together: Venstre, Liberal alliance and The conservative party."

"Their to some extent due is Dansk folkeparti, which is sometimes described as a sister party to The sweden democrats."

"the social democrats hope to win power through cooperation with the Socialistisk folkeparti (vänsterorienterat), Enhedslisten (the most vänsterorienterat in the folketing), the Option (green) and the Radical venstre (socialliberalt). The latter party has, however, said that S in this case must back away from its tightening policies."

"Two new parties set up in the elections: New borgerlige and Klaus Riskjær Pedersen (a party that bears the partiledarens name)."

"Kristdemokraterne, which was formed in 1970, but went out of parliament in 2005, also sets up in the election."

"So here was the Danish political parties to the public on 11 april 2019. The results of elections 2015 in the parentheses."

"It: to 29.0 per cent (26.3)."

"Venstre: 18,5 per cent (19.5)"

"Dansk folkeparti: 13,4% (21,1)"

"Enhedslisten: 9,6% (7,8)."

"Socialistisk folkeparti: 7.9% (4,2)"

"had become the party: 6.3% (4,6)"

"The conservative party: 4.6% (3,4)"

"Liberal alliance: 4.2 per cent (7,5)"

"New borgerlige: 2.7 per cent (0)"

"Option: 2.4 per cent (4,8)"

"Klaus Riskjær Pedersen: 0.9 per cent (0)"

"Kristdemokraterne: 0,4% (0,8)"

"the Rates are developed by the company epinion and based on the data from 1 540 danes over the age of 18, representative sample. The margin of error is 2.5 per cent."

"Source: Danmarks radio"

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