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After Sass pjæk: Complaints to the Pia K. over Extra Magazine

Henrik Sass Larsen's companions complain now of the Extra Blade on the behalf of their boss During the top. The complaint is sent to the president of the Danish parliament, Pia Kjærsgaard.

It happens after Ekstra Bladet recent weeks have uncovered how the Sass again and again failed to appear both ordinary and non-ordinary meetings of the public accounts committee.

A job, he every year 330.000 crowns to fit.

thus, He is absent from four out of the 11 ordinary meetings in 2018 as well as three out of four non-regular meetings in the first month of 2019.

the Extra Leaf has several times tried to get comment from the party's strong man, but first on Thursday this week it managed to take Sass for a comment in front of the Statsrevisorernes meeting room at Christiansborg.

the Danish policy - 8. feb. 2019 - at. 06:31 Truant-Sass breaks the silence: Will troop up... unless he doesn't show up

a Few hours after dumping a complaint in your inbox with Extra Magazine's editor-in-chief Poul Madsen about the recent weeks of attempts to obtain an interview with Henrik Sass Larsen.

'the Party must hereby lodge a complaint against the Ekstra journalists at the Palace and ask the Bureau to take the necessary steps to ensure decent working conditions for members of Parliament', called it among other things in the complaint, which is sent from The gruppesekretær, Henrik Dam Kristensen.

'for a longer time have Extra the Magazine's journalists unsolicited solicited the MF are at their offices, in order to find stories, which can damage the Henrik Sass Larsen's person. Most recently, journalists have begun to stand outside the meeting rooms and toilets etc. to try to pick up comments and harass Henrik Sass Larsen.'

'We find that the behavior is in violation with the understanding that prevails between the Bureau and the Presselogen on the press access to the Palace.'

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Poul Madsen: Absolutely ridiculous Extra Magazine's editor-in-chief Poul Madsen and Democratic president ms Mette Frederiksen met the other day each other in the crossfire on the differential retirement age. Now Frederiksen's foot soldiers complained about the Extra the Magazine's reporters at the Palace. Photo: Mogens Flindt

Poul Madsen, Added the Magazine's editor-in-chief considers the complaint from The top deep ridiculous:

- the Social democrats is quite ridiculous. We fit just our work on the Extra Magazine. It is to check for politicians to suit their. It makes Henrik Sass is quite blatantly not.

- of course, We have tried to get a comment from Henrik Sass Larsen's own mouth to his truancy from the public accounts committee. Therefore we meet up when it is supposed that he must be meeting. And we talk to politicians in their offices at Christiansborg palace, where we neatly knocking on the door before we are allowed to enter. The here the complaint is a game of moan from the Social democrats, says Poul Madsen on the matter.

editor-in-chief rejects the additionally glossy, Extra Magazine's employees have been waiting on the politicians in front of the toilets at the Palace.

- We are waiting, of course, not in any out in front of the toiletdøre. It is a groundless accusation, which is 100 per cent. for the Socialists own expense.

Ekstra Bladet has asked Presselogen on Christiansborgs president, March Neel Gjertsen, about a comment.

She informs that she will not comment on the specific pending case.

president of the Danish parliament, Pia Kjærsgaard (DF), does not wish for the present to comment on the appeal, which is scheduled to be considered at a meeting of the Parliamentary Bureau later in the month.

Ekstra Bladet have also tried to get the Party to deepen their complaint, but has nothing more to add.

Facts: the Rules for the press at the Castle

the Extra Leaf has, like most other national media office at Christiansborg palace in copenhagen, where Extra the Magazine's political reporters and the editor are working.

the Parliament has prepared a code of conduct, which sets out a framework for the work on the Palace.

Bl.a. do journalists not to 'chase' politicians, who have said no to the interviews. In practice, this means that journalists must not follow after the politicians in the corridors, when they will not comment.

Of the rules, it appears:

When you move in the Parliament, it must be done with due respect for the Parliamentary work. Everyone should be able to stay in their offices without being disturbed, and there is no access to the offices without prior agreement. The journalistic work should not prevent members or employees opportunities to move in the house. For the same reason it is not allowed in the Parliament occur paparazzilignende modes, where photographers or journalists ”chasing” politicians or others who have indicated that they do not wish to participate in the interview or film or photo shoots. At the recordings, also the rules for good press ethics to be observed. The starting point for the work in the Christiansborg is the political reportage. Interviews, photography and tv footage in the Parliament should therefore have a connection with the political work.

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