the Head of the party New Civil, Pernille Vermund, looks rather Tight Course with the controversial president, Rasmus Paludan, than the Social democrats in the Danish Parliament.
- We have said from the beginning that we are after the next elections, pointing to the one who can meet our three requirements to establish asylstop, deport the criminals after the first conviction and requiring all foreigners that they shall be able to support themselves. I am pretty sure that the Social democrats do not go with. But Rasmus Paludan will most likely back up. It would surprise me if he didn't, says Pernille Vermund to Berlingske.
Thus she stresses his opinion of Friday, where she in prime time on the airwaves, said the following:
- I see Rasmus Paludan as a developer for the massive challenges we have in our society, and he is working openly in a completely different way than you are used to see from people who want to become political parties, said Pernille Vermund to Radio24syv, in which she was asked, if she would Tighten Rate than the Social democrats in the Danish Parliament.
- Yes, it was a clear answer.
the Rasmus Paludan and the firm is known for wanting to ban the practicing of islam in Denmark. A topic that was related Pernille Vermund.
- We will not ban religions. But we say quite clearly that islam is both a religion and a political ideology. As a political ideology is islam in conflict with everything our society is based on, our democracy and our freedom. This means that the more influence islam gets in a society, the less space there will be for freedom and democracy.
- So, therefore, we have said that the islamic communities do not need to have special rights in Denmark, as they have today. And we are unfortunately in a situation where, in the autumn of 2017 recognized 66 islamic religious communities with the DF's support. It had never happened with our support, sound it from the president in London.
Legal experts assessed the 'Deadline' at DR2, that the firm's policy may be in conflict with the constitution, which Pernille Vermund also were asked to relate to.
- Try to look at what the left-wing parties - including the Social democrats - have of far-reaching proposals in relation to intervene in something that we would normally regard as private rights. For example, Henrik Sass Larsen, who says that there must be limitations on how high a salary you can get as a top executive in the private.
- It is not a political task. Wait me, if there will be more of the far-reaching proposals on the left, compared to to restrict more and more of the danes ' freedom and disdain our society, as seen with my eyes is extremely frihedskrænkende and undemocratic, she said further.