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🇪🇺 Justus Römeth 🏳️‍🌈 4h
‚e we go! @ FREAK VALLEY FESTIVAL
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Simon Væver Jun 19
Mette Frederiksen came in like a wrecking ball!
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Samira Nawa Jun 10
The struggle of being muslim: Damned if you do. Damned if you don’t 🙄
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Lasse From Jun 6
i en slags... Albumcovers... Ish...
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🇪🇺 Justus Römeth 🏳️‍🌈 4h
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Linse Daugaard Jun 6
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AEbastardi Jun 10
and betrayal of the best interests of the native population!
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Mads Bay Jun 9
What goes up must come down.
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Lis Montes de Oca Jun 8
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Ida Auken Jun 6
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Sophie Hill Jun 11
Replying to @sophie_e_hill
This debate is not about the basic facts of (who gained votes from whom, who gets to govern). Rather, it is about what this election means for the European Left. Should other social democratic parties follow the Danish SD's example? My answer, as before, is no!
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Fatima Awad Jun 7
Center for Danish-Muslim Relations (CEDAR) is cited in Al-Jazeera, giving its opinion on the voting turnout:
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andrea fumarola🚶‍♂️ Jun 7
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José Olivares Jun 6
Results of O voters in 2019. Venstre took the most votes and so did the Blue Block. A came in second. A still lost votes, and they deserved it since voting with O on immigration. They lost their spines. They are my least favorite Socialist party in Europe.
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Europe Elects Jun 6
Denmark: Largest party per polling station, according to visualization on DR, Denmark's public broadcaster. Blue: Liberal V (ALDE) Red: Centre-left A (S&D) Yellow: Right-wing O (ECR/EAPN) Orange: Left-wing Ø (GUE/NGL) Violet: Liberal B (ALDE) Green: Centre-right C (EPP)
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Cas Mudde ⚠️ Jun 7
Excellent piece by on with comments by and me, among others.
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Andrew Wilson Jun 6
Danes Set to Oust Government as Anti-Immigrants Suffer Setback
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Julian Lehmann Jun 15
On the occasion of so much nonsense written on lessons of Danish elections for social democrats elsewhere: if there is one lesson, it's to not let migration dominate the election debates. And the one article to read is
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Natteramn Jun 11
Replying to @PNedergaardKU
But SF and Radikale made the majority
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Annette Gregersen Jun 6
Europe, take note: in Denmark, the humanitarian left is on the rise
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