Announcements from both the Danish people's Party and The Radicals put the chairman of the Social democrats Mette Frederiksen (S) under a heavy pressure from both sides. It says political commentator Noa Redington.
Monday, said The People's leader, Morten Østergaard, that he can not accept a continuation of the tight immigration policy, if the party must point to Mette Frederiksen, as prime minister after an election.
And the Danish people's Party, enlisted at the same time hard, that they can't point to her, if The Radical impact of the same immigration policy.
- There is reason to be concerned, if you are Mette Frederiksen. The Radicals are ready to not to point at her.
And it is interesting in combination with the fact that Kristian Thulesen Dahl (DF) comes with its so far the hardest pressure on the alliance with the Social democrats, says political commentator Noa Redington.
Kristian Thulesen Dahl said Monday to the Telegraph that the Party must make it "crystal clear that The Radicals do not get a leg to the ground".
- It is a huge massive and a huge exact statement from Thulesen Dahl, who claim the Holocaust a warranty on immigration policy.
- Now we become more aware of what happens if Mette Frederiksen can not provide the warranty, says Noa Redington.
- the Danish people's Party promotes itself more and more clearly into the blue block.
the Commentator stresses that it is not simply a case of empty threats and promises towards the choices that will come before the summer recess.
- You must take these things at face value. And this here is probably the prelude to a larger political conflict between the Danish people's Party and the Social democratic party, says Noah of Redington.
For The Radical, it is about that the party will not be in a situation where they do Mette Frederiksen at the prime minister for then afterwards to be put outside the door.
- For the Danish people's Party is the rationale probably is that you have lost tens of thousands of votes. So there may not arise doubts that a vote for the Danish people's Party is a vote for the bourgeois Denmark, concludes the commentator.