Mette Bock, 2018
|Minister of Culture and Church|
|Assumed office |
28 November 2016
|Prime Minister||Lars Løkke Rasmussen|
|Preceded by||Bertel Haarder|
|Born||26 July 1957|
|Political party||Liberal Alliance|
Mette Bock (born 26 July 1957) is a Danish political scientist, journalist and politician.
She joined the Socialist People's Party for which she ran unsuccessfully in the 1994 parliamentary election. Later, Bock changed her allegiance to the Social Liberal Party for which she ran in the 2001 election, again unsuccessfully. In 2002 she became the editor-in-chief of JydskeVestkysten and the South Danish Media conglomerate. When her brother Anders Samuelsen left the Social Liberal Party to found the New Alliance (later renamed as Liberal Alliance) in 2007, Bock expressed her support for that party, too. From 2008 to 2009 she was the programme director of the public Danish Broadcasting Corporation.
- "Mette Bock (LA)". Folketinget (in Danish). Retrieved 23 January 2017.
| Minister for Culture and Church
28 November 2016 –
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