Big win of Danish libertarians
On November 1st, Denmark had a snap election, which resulted in some pretty interesting changes in the Danish Parliament. The center-right ‘Venstre’ party (which was previously the party in government), went from 43 seats to 23 seats. New parties that split off from older parts entered the Parlament: Danish Democrats (split from the Danish People’s Party) and the Moderates (split from Venstre).
But the big win is arguably for the Liberal Alliance party, a libertarian party. They went from 4 seats in the previous election to 14 seats. This is interesting, since last year in Argentina, 4 libertarian politicians were elected into their Parliament, and according to some sources, the Libertarians are now polling around 30%. You can check out Liberal Alliance’s Wikipedia page).
Article from r/Libertarian: For a Free Society