Even though the centre-left coalition gathered most of the votes in the Danish elections, the rise of the Danish People’s Party as the major right wing party in Denmark, forced the coalition government to quit as it lacks the necessary majority to continue being in power.

The Venstre party the centre-right coalition, led by Lars Lokke Rasmussen, came third but according to the media, it will form a minority government and it will hope for the support of the DPP in the parliament.

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