- There are now figured on the EU commission's proposal for a langtidsbudget and genopretningsfond.
Concretely, the proposal that Denmark should pay 6.7 billion dkk additional to the EU each year. I repeat. 6.7 billion dkk. Extra. Therefore, on top of 19,7 billion Denmark pay in advance.
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- For comparison, I think it is worth to mention, that at the last budget was 2.3 billion dkk. in room for manoeuvre. As if to empty the box completely, then you have to still find the 4.4 billion dollars.
so writes Frederick W. Kronborg - Unity in a posting on Facebook, to Denmark's quota to the EU after the preliminary plans seem to increase to more a 26 billion dkk per year.
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And Frederik is not the only politician who seems to the sounds of a lot of money.
6 billion US $ is a game a lot of money extra. Those who think DK should just fork out without hesitation, must now explain where the money needs to be found. Tax increase, poorer well-being? #JustAsking #eudk https://t.co/lxCpregqhv— Christel Schaldemose (@SchaldemoseMEP) June 2, 2020
6 billion US $ is a game a lot of money extra. Those who think DK should just fork out without hesitation, must now explain where the money needs to be found. Tax increase, a reduction in welfare, writes Christel Schaldemose from the Social democrats on twitter, and Peter Kofod from the DF agrees:
- Totally wild. The government must clearly say 'no', he writes in the same place, but what do you say?
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