Danish People's Party

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The Danish People's Party is a Danish national conservative political party placed on the right wing. The aim of the Danish People's Party is to assert Denmark's independence, to guarantee the freedom of the Danish people in their own country, and to preserve and promote representative government and the monarchy. The leader of the party has since 2012 been Kristian Thulesen Dahl. The former leader was Pia Kjærsgaard who also founded the party in 1995. By 2013, the party has over 12,000 members.[1]



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