in recent months, several councillors from the Danish people's Party left the party either for the benefit of the other parties or to withdraw completely.
According to DR considering all the councilors of the party in Holbæk now, whether they will stand again.
There has been unrest in the Danish people's hinterland since the two major electoral defeat last year, when the party first had to be a member of the European Parliament and, subsequently, was more than halved to the general election.
- If we do not see significant progress in relation to the appearance of the Palace from both Kristian Thulesen Dahl (chair ed.) and all of the management in there, so we have some specific considerations.
- For we do not think it is fun to fight for them in parliament if they have too much fnidder, says the deputy mayor of Holbæk John Harpøth to DR.
when Asked whether all four members considering future in the party he says:
- Yes. We are frustrated of what's happening. It is both frustrating and disappointing for us out here.
He tells the DR that his former constituents say to him, that the party is not powerful enough, and to Kristian Thulesen Dahl has lost the least'.
Earlier in June changed the councillor of Næstved Ghita Nelander to the New Civic. 19. may left the two councillors Heino Hahn and John Pawlik from Vordingborg party for the benefit of the New Bourgeois.
Six days after leaving Tina-Mia Eriksen from Ringsted Municipality, the Danish people's Party for the benefit of The Conservatives. A handful of days later it changed Henrik Kjølby to the Left in Sorø.
And the latest a week ago left the former member of parliament Claus Kvist Hansen party in Horsens, denmark.
Chairman of the Danish people's Party Peter Skaarup fear, however, that the four members of Dublin city council leave the party.
- I'm sure John Harpøth and the other makes up for the Danish people's Party again, they like the Danish people's Party and our politics. So they can quietly put up for the next election, he says to DR.