Large-scale demonstrations, controversial opinions and thousands of collected dollars.
Black Lives Matter, Denmark has for several weeks created the sides of good and evil, and today, Ekstra Bladet tell, the major fundraiser which has taken place in parallel with the demonstrations, at no time has been associated with an account in the association.
This shows an access from the Indsamlingsnævnet, as the Extra Leaf is in the possession of.
Earlier in the month could Ekstra Bladet tell you that the fundraiser for Black Lives Matter Denmark was not registered in the Indsamlingsnævnet and therefore broke indsamlingsloven.
8. January sent Indsamlingsnævnet thus, a letter to the organization's frontperson, Bwalya Sørensen, with a deadline for registration of MobilePay-the collection.
Over a week later writes Bwalya Sørensen a mail to Indsamlingsnævnet and explains that she as the organizer and frontperson for the volunteer association Black Lives Matter had not expected that the collection would be so big.
'We have asked people to stop sending money but they were and it all was very intense until we finished 5 demo in 10 days,' she writes, adding that she would like to have a permit with retroactive effect.
In the mail it was also clear that the association Black Lives Matter, Denmark does not have an official bank account, that money is gone, but, to the other hand, they have availed themselves of the 'Mobilepay Box'.
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Words from the controversial spokesperson: Bwalya Sørensen
Bwalya Sørensen calls the audience to shout ’lock him/her up’ about Inger Støjberg, Mattias Tesfaye and Pernille Vermund.
- It was right there that I got the most response from the demonstrators. I can tell you, said Bwalya Sørensen to Berlingske.
There were guidelines about that white not had to shout certain slogans or give interviews to the press. Bwalya Sørensen would share the black and white up.
- Move you please. Move you. White people - style you here, said Bwalya Sørensen among others at the demonstration, according to the newspaper B. T.
- We would like to have 'black people' up in front of the banners. We know that there has been outrage about it, but we don't care.
Amnesty international has only white employees. No just half brown, said Bwalya Sørensen to netmediet Solidarity.
Amnesty International had organized a demonstration, which later turned out to be the same time as a Black Lives Matter demonstration. Amnesty asked Bwalya Sorensen to move his demonstration.
Amnesty's action was the expression of 'white supremacy, racism and misogynistisk mess to say the least', explained Bwalya Sørensen for Solidarity.
A fundraiser for Black Lives Matter is in conflict with the law, and Bwalya Sorensen has done it with open eyes.
- It is civil disobedience. This is how it looks, said Bwalya Sørensen to Radio4.
She will not answer the question of how much money is gathered in, and what they are spent on.Show more Close
All with the MobilePay can pay into a Box, and the clever part is that the payments are not being mixed together with kassemesterens personal finances.
But as Extra the Blade previously told you, will you, when you transfer the money to the Black Lives Matters boxes, not only find Bwalya Sørensen as 'kassemester' on these.
Registered as kassemester was also a Susanne Langer Bang, who told Ekstra Bladet that she had been contacted by his close friend Bwalya Sørensen, who asked her to help manage one of the boxes.
Susanne Langer Bang has according to her, the continuously transferred the money to Bwalya Sørensen.
'I have full confidence in Bwalya and keep insanely highly of her,' said Susanne Langer Bang for the Extra Leaf at the beginning of the month.
16. June had Indsamlingsnævnet telephone contact with Bwalya Sorensen, who announced that she is going to set up an account for the association.
According to a memo, which Ekstra Bladet has gained an insight into, informed Bwalya Sørensen at the same time, that she already has a savings account, which is empty, and as she is not use to something.
As the indsamlingsloven requires that the funds collected be put into an account which is used exclusively for the collection, but do not put some requirements on the type of account in question, assessed Indsamlingsnævnet that Bwalya Sørensen can use his savings account.
In the same note says that there is submitted an application form, which Bwalya Sorensen will fill in as soon as possible.
Earlier in the month could Extra the Magazine does not get fat in Bwalya Sørensen, but has in this instance been in contact with her.
When, however, she did not want to comment on the matter, it remains to be seen how much money is collected, and whether the association Black Lives Matter Denmark at all, some have statutes or a board of directors.
Why should aggregators be registered
In Denmark, the all collections on the near the fundraising for major political parties and at meetings and church services be reported to the Indsamlingsnævnet under the civil affairs.
the Collection must be carried out by a legal person (i.e. public and private institutions and associations, and the like) or at least three individuals, who together form a committee.
to register For its collection must fill in a form via Indsamlingsnævnets website.
All of this to be able to keep track of how the money is being managed.
There must, in fact, prepared and submitted an annual account to the Indsamlingsnævnet no later than six months after the fundraising end.
If there collected more than 50,000 kr., must the financial statements be audited by a chartered or registered accountant.
§ 3. A collection must be notified to the Indsamlingsnævnet, before the collection is launched, cf. however, § 4, paragraph. 1. At review of a collection to the purpose of collection shall be indicated.
the first Paragraph. 2. When the collection is completed, must be made accountable to the Indsamlingsnævnet, cf. however, § 4, paragraph. 1.
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