Even before the wave of UN migrationspagt has subsided, raising the next on tvillingeaftalen, the UN covenant on refugees.
It is scheduled to be adopted Monday at the UN general Assembly, but now joins the Danish people's Party.
It writes Jyllands-Posten.
- We should not vote for something that is contrary to immigration policy. Refugees should not be divided, and of course we should not sign it, says udenrigsordfører Søren Espersen of the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
It is the pact's provisions relating to benefits, burdens and responsibilities, as will the Danish people's Party to hoist the advarselsflaget.
the UN flygtningepagt originates in the similarity with migrationspagten of the summit, which took place in New York in 2016, when all the UN member states agreed to draw up guidelines both for people on the run and for migrants.
Migrantpagten was adopted in July, with all the voices except the UNITED states.
the Americans, however, was not the only one not meeting up in Marrakesh on 10.-11. december to join the pact. Among other things, Hungary, Australia and Austria, were also away.
Danish Prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen (V) has defended Denmark's commitment and stressed the importance of international cooperation.
Flygtningepagten, which is about refugees, the 13. november has been dealt with in the UN general assembly's third committee. 176 countries voted in favour.
the UNITED states voted against, while all EU countries voted in favour. Eritrea, Liberia, and Libya abstained from voting. The final vote will take place Monday.
similar to the migrantpagten is flygtningepagten not legally binding, but in contrast to migrantpagten have on refugee issues has been more legislation to lean on, not least the refugee convention.
Therefore, it shall be deemed to be less controversial.
It rejects the Danish people's party udlændingeordfører, Martin Henriksen, opposite the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten:
- As we understand it, puts it up to redistribute the refugees. It is not our policy. It is not something that Denmark must embroil themselves in.
It has not been possible to get a comment from the government.
But the aliens - and integration minister Inger Støjberg (V) in august in a response to the DF said that the text of the agreement that you have negotiated, "is greatly in line with the Danish policy and action in relation to refugees".