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Pernille Vermund joins Alex Vanopslagh – pursuing dream of a right-wing government

TheCopenhagenPost
January 18th, 2024


Pernille Vermund made a virtue of being more critical of internationals than Dansk Folkeparti. Now she has dropped her own party, Nye Borgerlige, and joined Liberal Alliance. Her aim is to prevent wasted votes for the right wing


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Pernille Vermund Photo: Marie Hald Folketinget

Pernille Vermund made a virtue of being more critical of internationals than Dansk Folkeparti. Now she has dropped her own party, Nye Borgerlige, and joined Liberal Alliance. Her aim is to prevent wasted votes for the right wing

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