After 40 years of service for the Left is the end of Lars Løkke Rasmussen. Now responding current president of the Left, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, in the profile's exit.
he does on Twitter.
'I am saddened by the fact that Lars now leave the Left. He has given much to our party, and the party has given much to him, he writes.
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Loop's announcement comes after the Liberal party's turbulent time in the media. By the same token, sent Lars Løkke Rasmussen in his Facebook-lookup the criticism off against the Liberal party's powerful Executive committee.
'It has not been an easy decision, but it is matured over time – and recent days have made me confident in my case. I thought otherwise it was a one-off basis, to medlemsdemokratiet in the Left were short-circuited by the party's executive committee, he writes.
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But there was still room for Lars Loop of the Left, writes Jakob Ellemann-Jensen.
'We could certainly have found a good role for Lars in the Left, but he wanted it different, and is on the road ahead. I wish him all the best, writes the Liberal party's president on Twitter.
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