In Denmark, 179 seats in the Parliament, called Folketing, are up for election. The next election will be held in 2019. Traditionally the many Danish political parties can be divided into two main blocs: a red bloc on the left of the political spectrum, and a blue bloc to the right of centre. In the previous election in 2015 the blue bloc won a narrow majority with 90 seats. The liberal party Venstre formed a minory government that was backed by the blue bloc. The red bloc gained 89 seats.
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