Doubts as to whether the decommissioning of Denmark during the coronakrisen was a political or professional decision, weakens the credibility of both the prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S) and other authorities.
It assesses the political commentator Noa Redington.
- the Communication begins to appear a bit frayed, he says.
Jyllands-Posten, tells in a longer article on Friday about the progress in the decommissioning of the country 11. march.
Here it appears in a number of documents that the national board of Health's director, Søren Brostrøm, not recommended the decommissioning of the country.
The radical will now have an independent study of the course. The left will, according to the Jyllands-Posten have the prime minister in consultation.
Parliamentary will not be any consequences, assess the Noa Redington.
But the case can be a problem, if there comes a wave two of coronaepidemien.
For there it is questioned whether the actions under the coronakrisen political decisions, or whether they are taken on a health basis.
- There is light-headedness. A picture is emerging that some decisions have been taken on a questionable basis and of a very small circle of people, says Noa Redington.
Political commentator Hans Engell said, that first and foremost is sown political discord with the case.
He predicts that there will come a greater scrutiny of the handling of coronakrisen later.
Perhaps there may even be an outright commission.
- I think there will be a very great need among the politicians and in the civil service in order to get a full explanation. Day to day, hour to hour, " says Hans Engell.
Both of the commentators also think, however, that the danes basically satisfied with the handling.
This is because we have not seen so many deaths or smittetilfælde as for example in neighbouring Sweden, points out, Noa Redington.
- I don't think anyone puts the question to the Danish operation has been a success.
- I think That is it, that fastens itself out in the vælgerdybet, says Noa Redington.