SF, the Socialist People’s Party, was founded in in 1959 by Aksel Larsen. In the 2007 election SF achieved 23 seats in Folketinget, the Danish Parliament. Four years later in the 2011 election SF became a part of the government but then withdrew from the governing coalition in 2014. Today SF holds 12 seats in the Danish Parliament.
SF is a modern left-wing party built on values such as freedom, community, equality and security which are the basis of all SF politics.
SF works for a welfare society giving all Danes equal access to good hospitals, free education, a dignified elder-care and quality day-care.
SF also stands for an ambitious climate policy. We believe that green awareness must be encouraged and the price of eco-cars and public transportation must be lowered. Furthermore, we want to invest massively in renewable energy at the same time creating jobs in Denmark and protecting climate and environment.