Danish People's Party
"If you can touch people’s feelings that way ... it’s like a hand extended in friendship," says Annette Bellaoui.
International human rights organizations have protested the new measures.
Denmark Has Always Bridged Its Political Differences Over Beer, But a New Regime Is Widening the Gap
COPENHAGEN -- No country celebrates its democracy like Denmark. But is that democracy still worth celebrating?
LONDON -- Across Europe, voters are increasingly discontent with political movements that were once part of civic life but have now become appendages of the state -- a governing class that seeks office rather than a chance to represent ideas or groups in society.
Although the European right wing parties have varied programs they all have at least two points in common. They are not really concerned with global warming, but rather focus their political efforts on xenophobic concerns.