DF-president Kristian Thulesen Dahl hills is now up on the former MP, Martin Henriksen, who has come in the face of adversity, after he called it 'subversive of confidence in udlændingesystemet', an employee of the foreign office has dual citizenship.
It happens on the social media Twitter.
- Wow an outrage, when you cultivate it, that in the past it was quite normal. For a number of positions in the public only want danes, for their loyalty can not be questioned. We hold firm and take the proposal up in the FT (the Danish Parliament, ed.) after the summer!, writes Kristian Thulesen Dahl in a lookup.
Wow an outrage when you cultivate it, that in the past it was completely normal...for a number of positions in the public only want danes, for their loyalty can not be questioned...we hold firm and take the proposal up in the FT after the summer! #dkpol https://t.co/7ooY8BX3Rz— Kristian Thulesen Dahl (@Kristianthdahl) July 11, 2020
Specifically, is it a case of, Soma Mayel, who is a lawyer and employed in the foreign office. She has both Danish and afghan citizenship.
It was Thursday, Martin Henriksen, a former member of the Danish parliament for the Danish people's Party, to the keys.
Here he wrote that, in his view, is 'unsustainable', there is employed afghan or other foreign nationals in the immigration office. The committee deals with matters relating to citizenship.
Soma Mayel called Friday in the TV2 program 'Go' Tonight Live' Martin henriksen's message of 'a grotesque attack on civil service'.
Foreigners, integration, Mattias Tesfaye (S) have also involved themselves in the debate.
In a posting on Twitter, which has around 1700 likes, call minister Martin henriksen's lookup for the 'full crazy'.
the Danish people's Party has in connection with the case suggested that there must be a number of government jobs, you can't get if you do not have Danish citizenship.
In advance, it applies to the national Guard, Defense and various government agencies.
- There are plenty of jobs you cannot have if you are not a Danish citizen, said Friday from Søren Espersen (DF) to DR.