A large number of danes have joined a Facebook group in protest against the former immigration and integration minister Inger Støjberg (V).
exactly more than 90,000 people in the time of writing, joined in the group, which has been named 'the Danes do NOT support the Støjberg'.
Here is shared negative fixed lookup against Inger Støjberg.
the Group is created as a response to the New Civil has started a collection to support the Inger Støjberg. It goes under the heading of 'the Danes support the Inger Støjberg'.
Here you can give an amount for the ads to support for the former minister. According to the Berlingske tidende, was there Tuesday morning collected over 325.000 kroner. They came from almost 7000 different danes.
In protestgruppen describes how to take the distance from the application that the danes support the Inger Støjberg. You will not be taken as 'hostages' in the New Borgerliges campaign, says.
- On the way we will be a factual, sober, unique and unified response to the New Borgerliges campaign. If you want debate, we refer therefore to the pages or groups for discussion purposes, it sounds in the description.
New Borgerliges initiative has come in the context of the so-called instrukskommission.
the Commission to hear witnesses in a case of an illegal instruction, as Inger Støjberg gave in 2016 - It was about all asylpar, who came to Denmark, should be separated.
the Instruction was given, while Inger Støjberg was the aliens and integration.
It was illegal, the Parliamentary Ombudsman assessed, because the pairs had requirements on individual assessment. There could be few which may not be separated. For example, if they had children.
Internally approved Støjberg in 2016, that not all asylpar could be separated, she has communicated to the commission. Publicly reported, however, she something else out.
the main character even says that she is not puzzled over the Facebook group.
- When it is said, it may well not wonder, then, that a group like the experience of connection from, for example, the imam Fatih Alev, and a bunch of strong left-wing people, writes Inger Støjberg in an email.
She adds that she is touched and grateful for the support she has experienced from both his own party and from the New Civic and the Danish people's Party.
the Latter has also has set a fundraising campaign in time.