There has in no way lowered themselves pinsefred over the skraldekrig, as an Extra Magazine described in last week.
on the Contrary, spreading the dissatisfaction itself. New party members throw themselves over the environment minister Dan Jørgensen and minister for the environment Lea Wermelin.
Two of the new socialist mayors - Allan S. Andersen from Copenhagen and Helle Moesgaard Adelborg from Hvidovre, denmark - stand as co-sponsors of a new internally critical letter sent to the socialist companionship Wermelin and Jørgensen. Extra Leaf is in the possession of the letter.
Frank Jensen (S, Copenhagen, denmark), Eik Dahl Bidstrup (V, Dragør), Simon Aggesen (K, Frederiksberg, denmark), as well as Ninna Hedeager Olsen (EL, technology and environment mayor of Copenhagen) has also signed the letter, which is dated 1. June 2020.
the Invitation to the private affaldsfirmaer liable to neglect the major investment of tax dollars, which local authorities have put in the green transition in recent years, they write.
'Our local authorities have made very large investments in the area. Bl.a. in the plant, Amager Bakke, which is currently one of the world's most energy-efficient facility equipped advanced with the flue gas.'
'This is, of course, been in trust, to the regulation of the sector continues to support this development and not be changed in a way that, in practice, pulls the rug out from under our large investment in climate, environment, and circular actions,' they write in the letter.
'We are greatly concerned as to whether we, as municipalities, in a situation where we remain on target for our great debt, but does not have the security that we can use our investment to resolve the task, we have a responsibility,' they write.
With today's letter, Dan Jorgensen and Lea Wermelin in a total of nine socialist mayors on the neck. Add to this a handful of from the bourgeois camp.
The disgruntled's mayors, Frank Jensen (Copenhagen), Jacob Bundsgaard (Aarhus), Peter Rahbæk-Juel (Odense, denmark), Thomas Kastrup-Larsen (Aalborg), Torben Hansen (Randers, denmark), Steen Christiansen (Norway), Ole Bondo Christensen (Furesø), Allan S. Andersen (Copenhagen) and Helle Moesgaard Adelborg (Hvidovre, denmark).
the Mayors fear, among other things, that the supply of skraldehåndtering will cost the taxpayer dearly. At the same time, they warn against to dispose of, what they call critical infrastructure.
On the other hand, believe the government that increased competition in the skraldeområdet will get the municipalities back in the shoes and contribute to a reduction of the garbage that is being burned of to the detriment of the environment.
Why have Dan Jorgensen shot back against the mayors and accused them of betontænkning.
press offices in the Climate and energy did not Extra the Magazine's comments on Monday. The party's klimairdfører, Anne Paulin, was also not available.
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