the Government has on Friday afternoon asked the Party to leave the negotiations on the pension. It says S-president ms Mette Frederiksen to TV2 News.
- We have been thrown on the gate, and we have been asked to go from the negotiations, says Mette Frederiksen.
- We can't agree on a right to the former basic pension. So believe the government also does not mean that we can be in negotiations on an enhanced seniorførtidspension.
According to the chairman of the Danish people's Party, Kristian Thulesen Dahl, is the reason that the Social democrats have had to leave the negotiations, and that the party has not been specific enough in relation to their desire for the former basic pension.
- We must just observe, that we have been to seven meetings, and we have not been given the suggestion of who should have the right to it, and who should not, he says to TV2 News.
Radical Left and the Danish people's Party is still in negotiations, informs both parties.