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Morten Østergaard, threatening in turn the government with the climate choice

On black Friday it's exactly one year ago, there was a general Election in Denmark. But since then there happen to a little on the green area. It considers The People's leader Morten Østergaard.

In his speech at the constitution day states, Morten Østergaard, again, that The People's support for the government is contingent of the rapid action on the climate change agenda.

- I have been long enough in politics to know that it can go quickly. And slowly. Tipping over a financial crisis, our economy, or threaten a pandemic our health, politicians go for days without sleep to make the stimulus packages.

- Conversely, there is no end to the commissions, partnerships and experts that should be consulted when things need to be pulled out. And here we are, unfortunately, with the climate crisis: It is too slow, says Morten Østergaard and adds:

- It is not about the climate. Confidence in our democracy is at stake: the danes Can count on their politicians to solve the problems, that threatens to take control from them or not?, says Morten Østergaard of the speech.

Morten Østergaard calls in his constitution day speech the government for rapid climate action. It was done by a 10-hour-long klimaarrangement with the headline "Green Day" at Christiansborg Slotsplads. Photo: Philip Davali/Ritzau Scanpix

It will be held at the Christiansborg palace square. Here is The Radical Friday 'Green Day', which is a ten-hour markup of the climate change agenda with a range of different guests for debates and talking about the climate.

Morten Østergaard said in February that The Radicals will topple the government if there was not an agreement on a climate change plan before day 5. June.

- The short message is that without a climate change plan and action, there is no government, said the season opened in February to Politiken.

since then, the deadline has been postponed to the summer due to corona-the crisis. Surrounded by banners with the slogan 'Green now means' Morten Østergaard his constitution day speech, without, however, mentioning a concrete deadline for the government. But he stresses the threat to withdraw aid:

- It started well after the election. A wide majority in the new Parliament, we quickly found together on an ambitious climate targets: Denmark in 2030 to reduce its CO2 emissions by 70 percent. Denmark should once again be a pioneer green country.

- Since that is gone business-as-usual in the climate cause at Christiansborg. The ambitious climate change targets will not be followed up by the similarly ambitious climate action.

- It is therefore, we radical again and again require the green action. It is, therefore, we say to the government that our support is subject to the condition that it does not use the one crisis, as an excuse for not wanting to do something to the other, says Morten Østergaard of the speech.

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