The Danish parliament has passed a declaration that says no residential areas in the country should have an immigrant-majority population.

The populist Danish People's Party (DF) introduced the bill amid concerns that the immigrant population of a Copenhagen neighborhood has exerted undue influence. The ruling coalition backed the proposal, which passed in a 55-54 vote Monday.

"Parliament notes with concern that today there are areas in Denmark where the number of immigrants from non-Western countries and their descendants is above 50 percent. It is parliament's opinion that Danes should not be a minority in residential areas in Denmark," the statement reads.

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