Writing my third Statskunskab Saturday post is not nearly as fun as writing the first one was. Mostly because all recent political news has just been a continuation of what happened 2 weeks ago. Socialtisk Folkeparti has appointed a new leader, Pia Olsen Dyhr–seemingly unopposed. CPH posted noted that she is only the 7th leader in the young party’s history (it was founded in 1958) but the third since last September. Hans Mortensen, who wrote a book about SF’s history says that the party will likely face more problems in the future because it is divided and does not have a perfectly clear identity (or at least that’s what I gathered from THIS)
But long story short, thats my take on Danish politics for the week.