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Centre Democrats (Denmark)

Centre Democrats
Leader Ben Haddou
Founded 1973
Dissolved 2008
Headquarters Omøgade 8, 2. sal
2100 København Ø
Ideology Centrism
International affiliation None
European affiliation None
European Parliament group European People's Party (1984-1994)
Colours Purple
Website
www.centrumdemokraterne.dk
Politics of Denmark
Political parties
Elections

The Centre Democrats (Danish: Centrum-Demokraterne, CD) was a Danish political party. It was formed in 1973 by Erhard Jakobsen, a former MP and mayor of Gladsaxe, as a right-wing splinter group from the Danish Social Democrats.[1] It participated in both centre-right governments (1982–1988) and centre-left governments (1993–1996).

In the

  • centrumdemokraterne.dk - Official website (archived)

External links

  1. ^ Cook, Chris; Francis, Mary (1979). The first European elections: A handbook and guide. London: Macmillan Press.  
  2. ^ [2]
  3. ^ jp.dk - CD nedlægger sig selv

References

Date Votes Seats
# % ± pp # ±
1979 107.790 6.1 % +6.1
1 / 15
New
1984 131.984 6.6 % +0.5
1 / 15
0
1989 142.190 8.0 % +1.4
2 / 16
1
1994 18.365 0.9 % -7.1
0 / 16
2
1999 68.717 3.5 % +2.6
0 / 16
0
2004
Did not run.

European Parliament elections

Date Votes Seats
# ±
2001 24,914
0 / 374
0
2005 4,987
0 / 205
0

Regional elections

Date Seats
# ±
2001
2 / 4,647
0
2005
0 / 2,522
2

Municipal elections

Date Votes Seats
# % ± pp # ±
1973 236.784 7.8 % +7.8
14 / 179
New
1975 66.316 2.2 % -5.6
4 / 179
10
1977 200.347 6.4 % +4.2
11 / 179
7
1979 102.132 3.2 % -3.2
6 / 179
5
1981 258.522 8.3 % +5.1
15 / 179
9
1984 154.553 4.6 % -3.7
8 / 179
7
1987 161.070 4.8 % +0.2
9 / 179
1
1988 155.464 4.7 % -0.1
9 / 179
0
1990 165.556 5.1 % +0.4
9 / 179
0
1994 94.496 2.8 % -2.3
5 / 179
4
1998 146.802 4.3 % +1.5
8 / 179
3
2001 61.031 1.8 % -2.5
0 / 179
8
2005 33.880 1.0 % -0.8
0 / 179
0
2007
Did not run.

Parliament (Folketing)

Election results

Party leaders

Contents

  • Party leaders 1
  • Election results 2
    • Parliament (Folketing) 2.1
    • Municipal elections 2.2
    • Regional elections 2.3
    • European Parliament elections 2.4
  • References 3
  • External links 4

On January 26, 2008, an extraordinary party conference decided to dissolve the party by February 1, 2008.[3]

[2]

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