Which was a true drama at the meeting of the Party's executive committee on Friday evening.
The report Added the Magazine's political commentator Henrik Qvortrup, on the basis of the sources, who were present at the meeting.
According to the sources, Kristian Jensen, the word, and declared that he is ready to resign as Liberal party vice-president.
But the condition is that the chairman, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, the same way, but the refused, Lars Løkke categorically.
Qvortrup explains, that the waves went so high at the meeting, that a source describes it as the 'most dramatic encounter' he has ever participated in.
There was intense bickering around the table, where the Loop fought fiercely for his political life.
According to Qvortrup describes a source that Loop even threatened to leave the meeting along the way.
- He was, according to my sources throughout the følelsesregistret along the way. He was angry, he threatened and appealed. And in between, it was also a pity for Lars, tells Henrik Qvortrup.
Næsttormand Kristian Jensen went to the meeting again and again directly up against the Loop.
- Kristian Jensen was the one who spoke most of all at the meeting, I hear. The loyalty of the for Loop is completely gone. He is now 100 percent on the rebel side. Not because he himself will be president, but because he will have the Loop down with the neck. And because he is thinking of his own future in the party, explains Henrik Qvortrup.
The large focal point in the conference room at Hotel Comwell Kellers Park Vejle was how the Liberal party's forthcoming national convention to take place.
This is a central discussion as it is up to the national convention to decide who in the future must stand in the forefront of the Left.
the Loop want, to the Liberal party annual national convention shall be brought forward. This will mean that he is first given the opportunity to define the political line of the Left with a so-called 'political opinion' - then personspørgsmålet be clarified.
Conversely, the wish Loop critics, that there must be an extraordinary national congress. Here only item on the agenda, who should lead the Left.
It was exactly this discussion, which beat the sparks in yesterday's meeting of the Party's executive committee, reports Henrik Qvortrup.
At midnight the meeting was suspended and resumed on Saturday at. 9. According to the plan the Liberal party's central executive committee will meet at. 10, where the discussion must continue.