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Norwegian blogger gets hands on Queen Margrethe’s declaration of abdication

Lena Hunter
February 2nd, 2024


Danish media has tried in vain to access the document, which has been shrouded in secrecy. “I have very few readers, but I have had unusually high readership today,” says the blogger.


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Dag Trygsland Hoelseth contacted the Prime Minister’s Office on January 15, which perceived his inquiry as a request for access to the document – and granted it.

Danish media has tried in vain to access the document, which has been shrouded in secrecy. “I have very few readers, but I have had unusually high readership today,” says the blogger.

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