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Denmark Modern History

Denmark Modern History

The parliamentary elections on November 20, 2001 were decided by the right-wing conservative camp, the third strongest force with 12% of the votes were the right-wing populists (Danish People’s Party). A. Fogh Rasmussen (Liberal Party) then formed a minority government from his and the Conservative People’s Party and introduced a more restrictive policy on foreigners and development aid (first appointment of a Minister for Refugees, Immigration and Integration). Based on positive economic development, the Rasmussen cabinet implemented the »tax freeze«…

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