Vice president Søren Espersen (DF) does not have many nice words to say.
He shakes vigorously on the head of a new borgerforslag that will let it be up to the danes to choose whether they will pay for the crown over taxation - as with kirkeskatten.
- It has no time on the earth!
- It is purely a pastime. It will be tordnet down of all other than the party, and perhaps the Alternative, says Søren Espersen.
Borgerforslaget of posed by the educator and candidate in educational sociology Søren Würtz Vinther Jørgensen.
Horsensianeren believe that the royal family is contrary to a number of fundamental principles, such as democracy, the rule of law, freedom of expression and the welfare state.
- I have two goals with this:
- I will show the back of the medal, by the royal family, for the media is not good to show the flip side of the coin by the royal family.
And so will I with an active action to change Denmark for the better, says republican.
Søren Espersen sweeps Søren Würtz Vinther Jørgensen arguments of the table.
- Well, yes, the principle is I don't care. We have an undemocratic institution. It is ancient, and everyone loves it.
And then there's a simple family in the country, which is different than all of us. It is the royal family, and it is very special. They are not like all of us, and such shall it never be, says Espersen.
According to Søren Espersen will be democracy in fact is strengthened by a royal family.
- the Argument that democracy suffers damage, the buyer, I do not.
- The development of it, because we not every fourth year should have a presidential election, where half the country hates him or her, that will be chosen, and the other half loves that - like we see in the UNITED states, says Søren Espersen.
Søren Würtz Vinther Jørgensen does not take criticism from Søren Espersen so heavy, but he can see that there is still some way to go before his proposals become a reality.
so far only 1100 supported it. Thus still more than 48,000, if it should reach the Parliament.
- I can see that it is a difficult task, but it is important to make it, he says.