The Cabinet of Mette Frederiksen took office on 27 June 2019, and succeeded the Third Cabinet of Lars Løkke Rasmussen, following the 2019 Danish general election. It is a minority government consisting of the Social Democrats. It relies on parliamentary support from the Red–Green Alliance, the Socialist People's Party, and the Social Liberal Party.
78th cabinet of Denmark
|Date formed||27 June 2019|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Margrethe II of Denmark|
|Head of government||Mette Frederiksen|
|No. of ministers||20|
|Member party||Social Democrats|
|Status in legislature||Minority|
|Opposition leader||Jakob Ellemann-Jensen|
|Predecessor||Løkke Rasmussen III|
List of ministersEdit
The cabinet consists of:
- Elections to be held at the latest on 5 June 2023, but writs can be issued before that at the discretion of the Prime Minister, or if the government gets a majority against it in Folketinget
- "What you need to know about Denmark's new government agreement". The Local.dk. Ritzau/AFP/The Local. 26 June 2019. Retrieved 10 July 2019.
- Frederiksen, Mette; Østergaard, Morten; Dyhr, Pia Olsen; Skipper, Pernille (25 June 2019). "Retfærdig retning for Danmark" (PDF) (in Danish). Retrieved 14 November 2019.
- Deleuran Müller, Thea (27 June 2019). "Danmarks nye regering er nu på plads: Se hele Mette Frederiksens ministerhold her" (in Danish). Retrieved 27 June 2019.
Løkke Rasmussen III
| Cabinet of Denmark