- the EU tightens the good enough to the extreme.
- You pandering to the big, while tryner small.
- I have my doubts about how a vote in Denmark would end out.
- do not Think it would be an overwhelming yes to be - far from it.
How to write Kasper H, in a popular commentary on the BTs Facebook profile on the French-German plans for EU cooperation is to lend 500 billion euros - 3779 billion - which then must be distributed to the most troubled countries and professions.
the Debt of all european UNION countries - also Denmark - as pay in the community to show solidarity with, for example, Italy, which otherwise can end up with a tremendously increased national debt. And Kasper is not the only one who think that 'Common debt' is a bad idea:
- It may not be real, that Germany and France can manage the whole EU ..
- it is not a common union, as it prides itself to be, writes Merete R in another comment, there have been 67 likes, and He will also not be held liable for other countries ' debts:
- the EU Has not been following the Italy mm in order to get their debt brought down in the corona the crisis?
- Have they done enough? No, apparently not.
And so we need others to pay their debts?
- Is it fair? I think not.
- The must itself to the pockets that hold and tighten their belts, writes Lars and Kristian's calls on the government to use its democratic power:
- I really hope we lay down a veto against the crazy idea, skrier Preben, but what are you thinking?
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According to the newspaper Politiken is Denmark, Austria, the Netherlands and Sweden, which is the opponent of the common debt, while France, Germany and Italy are the followers.
And in the weekend called the German Norbert Röttgen, who is kristdemokrat and chairman of the Bundestag's foreign policy committee, and even in the four countries ' proposal that each EU country must be liable for its own debt, for a 'provocation':
- the Proposal from ’The misers 4’ is a regular provocation, because it does not solve the problem, but will aggravate it, said Norbert Röttgen to the newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, but what do you say?