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Danish left-wing bloc could retain majority in parliament – DR

After Tuesday’s (1 November) election results were counted and sorted, Denmark’s left-leaning group will retain a small majority of parliament seats, public broadcaster DR stated on Wednesday (2 November).

However, the majority will depend on support from two seats from Greenland. These seats have yet to be determined. Greenland is a sovereign territory of Denmark that usually elects left-leaning candidates.

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