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Gebyrgribbenes terror will in the Parliament

Chresten Ibsen, president of the association Fair Bidragsats, will continue its battle against the greedy finance from the Parliamentary rostrum. - People hav

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Gebyrgribbenes terror will in the Parliament

Chresten Ibsen, president of the association Fair Bidragsats, will continue its battle against the greedy finance from the Parliamentary rostrum.

- People have had enough. They are tired of money-laundering, fraud and exorbitant rates of contribution. It is the clear message I have met when I have been out to gather up the ante for my candidacy.

Chresten Ibsen, who lives in Aarhus with his wife and three children living at home, are standing for election in Our Constituency, which in the last election was good 565.000 eligible voters. In order to be selected to Chresten Ibsen probably have 18.000-20.000 votes.

He does not hide the fact that his first and greatest cause is, that finansektoren behave properly.

Chresten Ibsen was from the beginning, as tens of thousands of homeowners at the beginning of 2016 rebelled against Totalkredit raised the contribution rate on their mortgage.

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Chresten Ibsen will continue the lamp against gebyrgribbene from the Parliamentary rostrum. Photo: Ernst van Norde

the Rebellion has been the beginning of the formation of the association, the Fair contribution rate, who are working hard to get the critical home owners elected to the Unified credit, which is the majority shareholder of the Nykredit Group. Here, Chresten Ibsen also up, when there are elections in 5. the circle of Life the 12. march.

The persistent pressure has led to a significant democratisation of the Unified Credit, which in previous elections in the other circles, it has been accused of using undemocratic methods in order to keep the critics out.

- I am now convinced that this time will be very careful that it is done according to the book, says Chresten Ibsen.

This is some of the good results from the fight against gebyrgibbene in reakreditsektoren that Chresten Ibsen will try to lead of in the Parliament.

- I would like to use the Parliamentary rostrum to addressing the criticisms in relation to the financial sector and also come up with solutions. F. ex. I would imagine, to separate the customers ' general banking from the more speculative, and that the warranty on the 750.000 kr., as the state provides shall apply only to regular accounts.

Chresten Ibsen will not be placed in either the red or blue block. It is also why he has chosen not to make up for a lot.

- Actually, I think all the candidates should stand as individuals, so you could vote for the person you have confidence in regardless of partifarve. So could you cooperate in the Parliament from case to case. Today, there are too many examples of, that sensible mps will be nipped in the partidiciplin.

Chresten Ibsen has brought together 150 exhibitors in Aarhus West 2. circle, and a little of that is needed to stand as a non-attached member. However, they must first be handed over to the ministry of the Interior, once the selection is printed.

Previously Chresten Ibsen had his own communications firm, but today he works as a supply clerk in the local Stark.

- This provides a nice calm, that you do not have his work in the head around the clock, as you have as an independent.


A non-attached member is a member of parliament who does not belong to any of partigrupperne in the Danish Parliament. A non-attached member has the formal name ’outside of the folketingsgrupperne’ (UFG).

Non-attached member can be in 2 ways:

You have chosen to leave the party or have been excluded from the partietMan being elected in the Parliament as non-attached member

To be elected as a non-attached member at the general election is very difficult. There is not a precise figure for how many votes you need to have, but it is estimated that it is somewhere between 15,000 and 20.000.

The exact number depends on which constituency you are set up, how many votes in the election and how many votes the other candidates get.

It only happened twice that a candidate outside the parties has been elected to the Danish Parliament:

Jacob Haugaard in 1994Hans Schmidt in 1953

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