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SAMAK (Arbejderbevægelsens nordiske samarbejdskommitté), or the Joint Committee of the Nordic Social Democratic Labour Movement,[1] assembles the "social democratic parties and "labour councils in the "Nordic countries. SAMAK consists of all social democratic parties and "trade union organisations in the Nordic countries, including in "Greenland, the "Faroe Islands and "Åland. The President of the committee is "Helle Thorning-Schmidt, the "Prime Minister of Denmark and chairman of the "Danish Social Democrats.[1] "Inger Segelström is the General Secretary.[1]

The committee was formed during the first Scandinavian Workers' Congress in "Gothenburg in 1886.

SAMAK holds a "congress every four years.

Member organisations[edit]

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Nearly all member parties use the social democratic red rose as their logo or symbol.
Denmark
Iceland
Sweden
Norway
Finland
Åland
Greenland
Faroe Islands

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "The Joint Committee of the Nordic Social Democratic Labour Movement (SAMAK)". Party of European Socialists. Archived from the original on 13 February 2013. Retrieved 20 December 2012. 

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