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City elections event for internationals

Top politicians participate in an electoral meeting for international newcomers this Wednesday 30 October

Want to learn more about the Danish political system? Want to have your suggestions heart and particiapte in the debate? Want to meet the politicians running for the Copenhagen municpal election?

Be sure to make your way to the Ceremonial Hall at University of Copenhagen at 18:00 on Wednesday 30 October for an electoral meeting organised by CPH Volunteers and CPH International Service under the name of ‘Make Your Opinion Count’.

The represented politicians include:

– Lord Mayor Frank Jensen
– Leader of and political spokesman for The Conservative People’s Party Rasmus Jarlov
– Mayor of Health and Care Ninna Thomsen
– Member of the Municipal Council for Liberal Alliance Heidi Wang
– Member of the Municipal Council for The Danish People’s Party Finn Rudaizky
– Mayor of Employment and Integration Anne Mee Allerslev
– Mayor of Culture and Leisure Pia Allerslev
– Lead Candidate and spokesperson for the Red-Green Alliance Morten Kabell

Can I vote?

The municipality elections will be held on 19 November. If you have come to Copenhagen to work or to study, you may have the right to vote in the local elections.

The right to vote actually applies to all citizens at the age of 18+ who have a permanent residence in the municipality and who come from EU and Scandinavia, or who have had a residence permit for 3 years prior to the elections.

You can sign up herewith KU net login. But the organisers say to the University Post, that “there are places left,” and that “We can set up more places if we run out.”

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