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Migration dominates the general election in Denmark

Denmark is set for a general election on June 5, and the current Government is estimated to lose its majority to the opposition by a landslide. Open Europe’s Marcus Cadier outlines the Danish political landscape, where the migration issue is as salient as ever.

The public debate has also become radicalised. A previous focus on integrating immigrants into Danish society has increasingly given way to a focus on returning refugees to where they came from.

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