Pia Kjærsgaard, chairman of the Danish Parliament, has become a hot topic outside of Denmark's borders.
It happens after the DF-founder on Tuesday asked the conservative folketingspolitiker Mette Abildgaard leave folketingssalen with his baby.
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Both the british The Guardian and the BBC and German Deutsche Welle has taken up the story.
'Right wing president Pia Kjaersgaard says that Mette Abildgaard must remove her child', is, for example, in The Guardian.
And on the BBC: 'A politician speaking out after she was asked to remove her baby from the eu.'
Also, the French news agency AFP has written a version of the story, as right now brought on several international websites, including France24, MSN and the Asia News Network.
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Mette Abildsgaard wrote Tuesday on Facebook that she had her little daughter in under a year with in the hall.
'You are undesirable with your child in folketingssalen! - this was the message of the day to Esther Marie and I from the president of the Danish parliament Pia Kjærsgaard', it sounded according to Mette Abildgaard on Facebook.
'I took her in the house, for she was in fine mood and had the pacifier in the mouth. Had agreed with my cute secretary, that she would come if EM made the least noise. Of course, we should not disturb the meeting!' wrote Mette Abildgaard.
Pia Kjærsgaard has subsequently stressed that a regulatory framework will be agreed at a future meeting of the Parliamentary bureau.
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