Danish PM calls Sept 15 parliamentary election

By REUTERS
August 26, 2011 12:48

 
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COPENHAGEN - Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen called on Friday parliamentary elections for Sept. 15, paving the way for a campaign expected to focus on efforts to revive the laggard Danish economy.

A general election was due to be held by mid-November, but Rasmussen exercised his right to set an earlier date at just three weeks' notice.

Rasmussen has been prime minister since April 2009 at the head of a centre-right minority coalition government.

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