Dánsko i nadále ve znamení pravice - parlamentní volby 2005

Vlastimil Havlík

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This article deals with the elections to the Danish parliament (Folketinget) held on the 8th February 2005. The article highlights three main points: Firstly, Anders Fogh Rasmussen became the first re-elected Liberal prime minister in Danish history. Secondly, the Social Democratic Party, the most successful Danish political party ever, achieved its worst results since so-called „earthquake-elections“ in 1973. Thirdly, the new minority government was formed by the Liberal Party and the Conservative People Party, supported by the right-wing Danish People’s Party, which remained third largest political party in Denmark.

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Havlík, V. (2005). Dánsko i nadále ve znamení pravice - parlamentní volby 2005. Středoevropské politické studie, 7(2–3), 313-321. Získáno z https://journals.muni.cz/cepsr/article/view/4143

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