The voting stations in Denmark are now open and the Danish elections are underway as opinion polls indicate a tight race between the centre-right and the centre-left coalitions.

According to ace project organisation, approximately 17 per cent of the voters remain undecided and some experts believe that some of the undecided votes will go to the right-wing Danish People’s Party and the left-wing Socialists People’s party.

Days ago the centre-right Venstre Party was in front according to the...

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