It is to be the last chance for the government of Lars Løkke Rasmussen (V) in the lead, if it must face a menacing defeat in the elections to victory.
during the three months to the election has Loop and co. played their last trump card in the form of a large-scale health care reform.
This will Loop all-or-nothing plan. Now it is really the make or break, sounds the from Extra the Magazine's political commentator Hans Engell.
the Reform, which is negotiated with the Danish people's Party, is largely identical with the government's sundhedsudspil earlier in the year.
A response, which does not exactly have given the government the desired momentum in the polls.
instead, the Left had to find that the initiative has met with great internal resistance – not least the profile, Søren Gade has raised a severe criticism.
– Finance minister Kristian Jensen (V), this does not seem like a thing that sells tickets in the general population. What caused it?
– Well, you may well ask the voters, says the minister of finance.
– do you Think that it can give you the boost you need towards the election?
– I hope so, but there are many things one can choose his party. For instance, you can select it after the relocation of government jobs, you can select it after the infrastructure plan, one can opt for it after incentives, or you can choose it after the reform. All the areas are guaranteed something that pulls up for some and down for some others. I hope of course that we get a choice, that makes that we can continue afterwards. Compared to where we were prior to the election in 2011, so we are in a much better position to regain the throne.
– Has everything baglands-halløjet not meant that the image of reform has been muddy, so it does not have the positive response in the population?
– I would have like to seen that we had been without it. It should not be any doubt about that. But I'm not surprised that regionsrådsforeningen believe that it is a problem to shut down the regions.
– Your former group chairman (mr Søren Gade, ed.) believe it also?
- Jo, but now we must begin to present the agreement. Fold it out. It comes a variety of ministers to make a decentralised way out in Denmark at the public meetings.