Søren Pape Poulsen. Photo: Steen Brogaard.

Conservative People’s Party Chairman Søren Pape Poulsen Dies at 52

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The chairman of the Conservative People’s Party, Søren Pape Poulsen, has passed away.

The party announced this on its website.

Søren Pape Poulsen suffered a brain hemorrhage during the party’s main board meeting on Friday. He was taken to Odense University Hospital, but passed away on Saturday at 1:13pm.

On the party’s website, Søren Vandsø, the general secretary of the Conservative People’s Party, wrote, among other things:

“Everyone who had the privilege of knowing Søren knows that he was a caring person. Most could feel it, even if they had only met him briefly. He always put others first. And he loved our party.”

“We will miss Søren, who with his patience, bright spirit, political acumen, and deep understanding of others, made our lives better. He leaves us far too soon and leaves an unimaginable void.”

Søren Pape Poulsen was 52 years old.

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