COPENHAGEN, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Denmark’s Prime Minster-elect Helle Thorning-Schmidt was expected to announce the formation of a three-party coalition government on Sunday after winning an election two weeks ago, Danish news agency Ritzau said on Saturday.
Social Democrat leader Thorning-Schmidt was expected to unveil a government consisting of her party, the Socialist People’s Party and the Social Liberals at a news conference at 6 p.m. local time (1600 GMT) on Sunday, Ritzau said.
Thorning-Schmidt, whose “Red bloc” alliance unseated Liberal Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen in the Sept. 15 ballot, would present the new ministers on Monday, Ritzau said.
No official confirmation was available. (Reporting by John Acher; Editing by Matthew Jones)