Must take the EUROPEAN Commission's proposal for the next langtidsbudget as an expression of the real compromise between the EU-countries, then comes Denmark to pay a lot more to the EU than the government - and the opposition - want.
on Wednesday presented a new proposal for the budgetary framework for 2021-27. It is clear from this that the budgetary framework is 1100 billion. It is 8200 billion.
at the same time, the EUROPEAN Commission has, according to the news agency Reuters listened to a demand from Denmark and a small handful of member states, which requires to maintain the discount, they has contributed. It is actually talking about corrections in the budget.
- the Phase-out of discounts will lead to a disproportionate increase of the contribution for certain member states in 2021-27. To avoid it could the discounts be phased out over a much longer period than in the previous proposal, it says.
At the negotiations in 2013 on the now existing EU budget negotiated Denmark to a discount of a billion Danish kroner.
the EU Commission's president, Ursula von der Leyen, presented on Wednesday the proposal for the EU Parliament.
She stresses a focus on the climate, the digital and the social.
- In the morning will the cost of doing something be much higher for us. The point of this is to lay a foundation for our shared future, says von der Leyen.
Coronakrisen have made it necessary with a new proposal for a budget for the next seven years.
the EU countries had discussed the next langtidsbudget in two years, but just as these debates came to a head, the world was hit by the coronavirus.
It led to the shutdown of the society and hence severe economic consequences, as it is now with a new budgetudspil try to take into account.
- What began with a virus so small that you can't see it, has been an economic crisis so great that one simply cannot avoid it, " said von der Leyen.
at the same time - and on top of the budget - the EU Commission Wednesday presented a proposal for a genopretningsfond 750 billion euros. It corresponds to the button 5600 billion dollars.
It is to be funded by the EU-Commission will borrow on the capital markets.
These have to be paid back from 2027 to 2058, and the EU Commission is proposing that it can be done with the money that comes in the box, by increasing the EU's own resources.
It is a highly contentious issue, as it will require EU countries to waive from collecting the taxes, which instead goes directly into the EU coffers. It will give the EUROPEAN Commission greater power.
Earlier during the crisis, the EU countries and the EUROPEAN Parliament agreed upon an aid package of 540 billion euros. It is not a part of Wednesday's move.