"The Danish parliament were in part behind the light before the country's decision to participate in including the war in Iraq, according to a research report from the university of Copenhagen."
"the Former prime minister, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, however, rejects the criticism."
"A group of researchers at the university have looked at the Danish participation in the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kosovo, and criticize in a nysläppt report its behaviour."
"According to the researchers, have the decisions of whether to send Danish soldiers into war taken by a few people. The government has also, according to the report withheld the folketing information and thereby giving the politicians an incomplete picture of the situation."
" I was surprised by how few it is who decides whether Denmark should go to war. In fact, it is only the prime minister, the foreign minister and the top officials had a dialogue with american players, " says Rasmus Mariager, one of the researchers behind the report."
"Former prime minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen rejects the criticism that the information would have been withheld."
"the Parties Enhedslisten and Socialistisk Folkeparti is now demanding that the parliament shall establish a granskningskommission by reason of the content of the report."