24 Jun, 2020

Radikale Venstre

Party Leader: Martin Lidegaard


Radikale Venstre, the Danish Social Liberal Party, was formed in 1905 after splitting from the ALDE Party's other Danish member party Venstre. Antimilitarists gathered in a new social liberal wing with a bigger focus for culture and reducing social inequality. With a long track record of government participation, Radikale Venstre (“Radical Left”) provides parliamentary support to the Frederiksen cabinet. In November 2022, Martin Lidegaard became the party leader succeeding Sofie Carsten Nielsen.

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