Back in november, the party, not gather a majority in Parliament for a new law that defines sex without consent as rape.
But now it appears that there were still seats enough to introduce rules similar to those, you also have in the Uk and Sweden.
last Friday, was it from a Conservative president, the minister of justice, Søren Pape, that he was ready to support the proposal. And now the Left also seems to come on the bandwagon.
the Party's minister for equality, Eva Kjer Hansen, says in each case to the Althing, that she also will work to get the change through.
- I have shouted at it a long time, I think, is that we lack a better legal protection of women. It is really good, also the minister of justice now are convinced of it. The numbers speak for themselves, she says.
the Danish people's Party would like to see the concrete proposal of the minister of justice, before the party takes position.
As the rules are today, you are not allowed to force someone to sexual intercourse or sex, if they resist or are not in a position to speak from.
This means that far fewer are convicted of rape than they would be if they expressly had to have the consent of the other party.
It is unclear how the Liberal Alliance relate to the proposal. At the vote in the fall, voted with the party opposed.