Denmark general elections: Late retirement age takes centre stage • FRANCE 24 English

Danes voted Tuesday in a knife-edge election with Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen fighting for political survival against the right and far-right in polls that could turn a moderate ex-premier into a kingmaker. FRANCE 24’s team on the ground reports on one of the big issues for voters: retirement. The public retirement age in Denmark is currently 66 years but will be increased gradually to 68 in 2030.

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