S-president Mette Frederiksen, is not willing to give up on immigration policy, even though The Radicals will not point to her as prime minister, unless she bows parts of the so-called paradigm shift.
My short answer to The Radical is that it's not going to happen, says Mette Frederiksen.
- What is it really that Radical Left with the here message put up to? Is it a parliamentary chaos, or will voters begin to consider whether you want a radical support for Lars løkke (V) as prime minister following an election, she says.
the Leader of The Radical, Morten Østergaard, has made clear in the Berlingske tidende that he will have Mette Frederiksen to skrifteligt to commit to increasing the integration of refugees.
If not Mette Frederiksen goes on the requirement, Morten Østergaard not only fail to support her. He will simply block that she can become prime minister.
But in spite of the threat reject's-the president so to comply with The People's requirements. She will also after a choice to focus on the broad agreements in immigration matters.
- today there is at Christiansborg very broad support for the immigration policy, so that we hopefully one day can get the integration to work for all those who come here, and it comes to a general election is not to change, she says.
The majority who today stands behind the Danish immigration policy, it will be intact and perhaps even strengthened after the next election - and that, of course, not true to change.
at the same time with Morten Østergaard, speaking in London, told the Danish people's party chairman, Kristian Thulesen Dahl, he points to Lars Løkke Rasmussen (V) as prime minister.