during the three months, the united states, and in the weekend keeps the Liberal Alliance movement. Nevertheless, it is not clear whether ældreminister Thyra Frank (LA) standing in the coming elections.
She has not yet found a constituency and will not talk about his future in politics. It will party leader Anders Samuelsen (LA) nor.
- It is not something that I go into, " he says.
Finally she asked, up in the north of Jutland, but was not elected into the Parliament. In 2016, she was ældreminister, as the Liberal Alliance came into government.
almost two and a half years she has had four bills pending in the Parliament. The latest on that single older people will be offered a preventive home visit five years earlier, has not yet been adopted.
A fifth bill should remove red tape, but was withdrawn, because the municipalities felt it made good sense to publish, how they supervise the elderly.
Anders Samuelsen is, however, thrilled, that it has not been for a host of legislative proposals in the period.
- It is wonderful, for we are not advocating for more laws, we go for fewer laws. We are in favour of deregulation and trust to employees, who work in the public sector, he says.
Of wins points Anders Samuelsen on a plejehjemsportal with overview of the individual nursing homes. A pilot with exempting selected institutions from burdensome rules, as well as work with the bureaucracy and to put an end to bankruptcies in the care of older people.
He will not enter if she is standing for re-election.
- People who have the desire to make up for the Liberal Alliance, can put up, if they come through the procedure and get approved for it. But what people do out of personal considerations, I have no comments on, he says.
Government contacts, the Danish people's Party, has repeatedly called either the government or the ældreministeren lazy.
Ældreministerens special adviser discloses to Ritzau, that Thyra Frank will first comment on whether or not she is standing for re-election, when a decision is taken.