Invited by the international offshore wind industry gathers in Denmark for company speed dating.Large foreign companies go to Esbjerg, Denmark, on 11th to 12th December 2013.But recent years have seen the Social Democrats swing hard to the right on immigration in an attempt to keep blue-collar voters from fleeing to DF.The two parties have often found common ground and political commentators and analysts have long floated the idea that DF and S could form an alliance that reaches across the centre of Danish politics and freezes out Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen's Venstre party.And we have actually succeeded in reaching a consensus in a number of areas,” Frederiksen told Fagbladet 3F.Dahl said that DF's relationship with S has improved greatly since Frederiksen took over as party leader after former Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt left Danish politics shortly after her ouster in the 2015 election.For past events several Norwegian companies have attended OWIB.
The gathering of both multiple foreign companies and Danish companies gives the participants the opportunity to let representatives meet face to face.
The Danish People's Party (DF) and the Social Democrats (S) have long resided within their respective ‘blocs' in the national political makeup, with DF a member of the right-of-centre blue bloc and the Social Democrats the leading party of the left-of-centre red bloc.
The two parties have a lot of overlapping positions and were traditionally divided primarily by DF's hard-line anti-immigration stance.
According to the constitution, the ultimate executive authority over the government of Denmark is still by and through the monarch's royal reserve powers; in practice these powers are only used according to laws enacted in Parliament or within the constraints of convention.
The monarch is, in practice, limited to non-partisan functions such as bestowing honours and appointing the Prime Minister.