Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen has unveiled his reshuffled cabinet. The new line-up emerged into the cold of Copenhagen after being introduced to the country’s Queen Margrethe.Denmark’s centre-right coalition was returned to power in a general election earlier this month. The premier’s crackdown on asylum-seekers helped win him widespread support in a campaign where domestic matters dominated the agenda. His decision to keep Danish troops in Iraq is not so popular with the public but that issue took a back seat in the run-up to the ballot. Rasmussen’s Liberal party is in coalition with the Conservatives. The far-right Danish People’s Party also made its influence felt in the government’s first term, although it has voiced its disappointment at the new programme announced by Rasmussen’s administration.
Danish PM presents new line-up