This means that candidates from the two parties appeared on a joint list at the 2011 Danish parliamentary election.
The Christian Democrats had themselves taken a somewhat regionalist stance at a moment when Fælleslisten had surged in opinion polls.
The Christian Democrats (Danish: Kristendemokraterne) are a political party in Denmark.
The party was founded in 1970 to oppose the liberalization of restrictions on pornography and the legalization of abortion.
Since its inception, the party has enjoyed an intermittent presence in the Parliament of Denmark, rarely winning much more than the two percent minimum required to gain seats under Denmark's proportional representation system, and frequently falling below the threshold, as happened most recently in the 20 parliamentary elections.