Pia Kjærsgaard Birthday, Date of Birth

Pia Kjærsgaard

Pia Merete Kjærsgaard (Danish pronunciation: [pʰiːæ ˈkʰæɐ̯ˀskɒːˀ]; born 23 February 1947) is a Danish politician who was Speaker of the Danish Parliament from 2015 to 2019.

She is a co-founder of the Danish People's Party, and led the party from 1995 to 2012. She has become one of the best-known politicians in Denmark during recent years, both for her consistent and vocal stance against multiculturalism and immigration, and for her parliamentary support for the center-right governments of Anders Fogh Rasmussen and Lars Løkke Rasmussen from 2001 to 2011. Her success has been an inspiration for anti-immigration and anti-Islamic movements throughout Europe.

On 7 August 2012, Kjærsgaard announced her resignation from the leader position of the Danish People's Party. She appointed Kristian Thulesen Dahl as her successor, and he took office on 12 September 2012, promising to maintain the course laid out by Kjærsgaard.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Sunday, February 23, 1947
Place of Birth
Copenhagen
Age
74
Star Sign

The February 23, 1947 was a Sunday under the star sign of . It was the 53 day of the year. President of the United States was Harry S. Truman.

If you were born on this day, you are 74 years old. Your last birthday was on the Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 7 days ago. Your next birthday is on Wednesday, February 23, 2022, in 357 days. You have lived for 27,036 days, or about 648,880 hours, or about 38,932,828 minutes, or about seconds.

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23rd of February 1947 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on February 23, 1947

Refusal to Deal

Date: 23 February 1947

Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Gen Valluy says censorship will be restricted to mil matters

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RUSSIANS PUNISH GERMANS; Suspend Berlin Newspaper for Attack on French in Saar

Date: 23 February 1947

USSR bans Berliner Zeitung for 24 hrs for attack on France

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Guatemala Frees Newsprint

Date: 24 February 1947

Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES

GUATEMALA: Govt ends control

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OUR RADIO HEARD BY FEW RUSSIANS; Audience of Voice of America Limited by Poor Reception, Want of Advance Notice

Date: 23 February 1947

By DREW MIDDLETON

Drew MIDDLETON

current wk's news on US discussed

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Ban on Anti-Red Articles Urged in Czechoslovakia

Date: 24 February 1947

Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Communist Party organ Rude Pravo demands ban on anti-USSR articles following Soviet Amb complaint against People's party pub Obzory

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WRUL TO GO BACK TO RADIO TEACHING; Short-Wave Station, Long in War Service, Also Will Have Programs for the U.N.

Date: 23 February 1947

Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Station WRUL, Boston, offers service to Lake Success

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FILM MEASURE OPPOSED; Civil Liberties Union Calls on Dewey to Veto Bill

Date: 24 February 1947

Amer Civil Liberties Union and Amer Progressive Citizens Film div ask Dewey to veto bill passed by Legis

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NEWS OF WOOD, FIELD AND STREAM

Date: 23 February 1947

By RAYMOND R. CAMP

Raymond CAMP

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M'LEISH SEES LAG IS 'WILL TO PEACE'; Growing Talk of U.S.-Soviet War Cited as Example of Needless Fears

Date: 23 February 1947

S on news slanting, Amer Civil Liberties Union

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THE NEWS OF THE WEEK IN REVIEW; Two Acid Tests

Date: 23 February 1947

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