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Tillykke til Dansk Folkeparti! (Danish)

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Congratulations to the Danish People's Party! (English)
The Danish People's Party is the successful splinter party of the Progress Party created by Pia Kjærsgaard and collaborators in 1996. Traditional party membership, public financing, and a high degree of centralization and party discipline characterize the party organization, while their political program emphasizes less immigration and integration, more law and order, and welfare chauvinism. Their first 25 years have been successful. Their electoral success has affected government formation and policies. They have provided the parliamentary base for center-right governments and gained political concessions, particularly in the immigration and integration field. While aiming to become an influential party, they did not enter into government when they became the largest party right of centre in 2015. Since then their electoral support has waned. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Pia Kjærsgaard og tre andre folketingsmedlemmer brød i 1995 med Fremskridtspartiet og dannede Dansk Folkeparti. Traditionelt partimedlemskab, offentlig partifinansiering og en høj grad af topstyring og partidisciplin karakteriserer partiorganisationen, mens Dansk Folkepartis politiske mærkesager er mindre immigration og integration, mere lov og orden, og velfærdschauvinisme. Deres første 25 år har været succesfulde. Vælgernes opbakning til Dansk Folkeparti har påvirket regeringsdannelser og den førte politik, specielt på immigrations- og integrationsområdet. Selvom partiet har forsøgt at organisere sig og agere som et etableret parti, gik de ikke i regering, selvom de efter folketingsvalget i 2015 blev det største borgerlige parti. I 2019 faldt vælgernes opbakning, og den har siden folketingsvalget 5. juni 2019 ligget under, hvad partiet siden 2001 har opnået ved valgene. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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