- Democrats (Greenland)
Leader Jens B. Frederiksen Founded 2002 Headquarters Nuuk, Sermersooq, Greenland Ideology Liberalism,
International affiliation None European affiliation None Official colours Black, Red Landsting Website www.demokrat.gl Politics of Greenland
The Democrats (Demokraatit) are a liberal and social-liberal, political party in Greenland. At the legislative elections on the fifteenth of November 2005, the party won 22.8% of the popular vote, and seven out of 31 seats, rising from 2002 totals of 15.6% of the popular vote and five out of 31 seats. In the June 2009 elections, the party became weaker, winning 4 seats and receiving 12.7% of the vote.
The party is skeptical of further Greenlandic self-governance and independence, and is highly favoured by ethnic Danish voters in Greenland.
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