the Liberal party's president, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, calls for a clearer framework and more transparency over when the government introduces restrictions in order to contain the covid-19.
What he writes on Facebook on Sunday evening.
'We must therefore get used to living with the corona in our society an unknown for some time yet. It requires, for we must keep the wheels in motion, so the unemployment rate does not become even larger, while at the same time we keep the infection down.'
'In that light, I believe that we should seize the handling in a different way here in the autumn', writes the president, and continues:
'When corona first hit us, it went quickly with the decisions, and in the mists, it was quite unclear what really lay behind. We should do this another way, if a second wave hit.'
the Announcement comes ahead of political parties and their leaders on Wednesday will meet for the first time after the summer to discuss the upcoming, the scheduled opening of the society.
The hanging by a thread after smittetrykket has increased significantly in the last few weeks.
the New restrictions are likely on the way, and the prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S) has, among others, said that the danes need to prepare themselves, to mundbind can be mandatory.
Jakob Ellemann-Jensen focuses on testkapaciteten and the efficiency up. And so that there will be a clearer framework for when and why the restrictions are introduced or removed.
'How low must smittetallet be, for example, before we can relax forsamlingsforbuddet – and how high must it be before it is tightened? What should to, before the authorities recommend a general use of masks in public places and so on.'
'The things can not, of course, be said exactly, but the government should give the danes insight into the framework you are working with,' write the president.