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Qvortrup: Therefore can possible climate-firing backfire on Pape

That is put in the oven for a good old-fashioned brawl between the governing parties of the Left and the Conservatives, according to the conservative profile, Høje Taastrup-mayor Michael Ziegler, earlier today on Twitter wrote that 'the last doubt is gone! The president of the klimarådet was fired because he spoke Left against.'

Thus he buys not the Liberal party's explanation that the Klimarådets chairman, Peter Birch Sørensen, has not been fired because of his criticism of the government's klimakurs, but simply replaced, because his contract still expired.

- It is an embarrassing case for the government here, and it leaves Søren Pape and the Conservatives with a forklaringsproblem, if it really is the case that the Conservatives have always been opposed to the firing, and that they now recognise that it is a firing, why in heaven's name did they not heels in, as it turned out, that the government would stand out of Birch Sørensen? says Extra the Magazine's political commentator Henrik Qvortrup, and adds:

- And it only gets more embarrassing when Conservatives, of course, like to beat themselves up to be the party with the green klimaprofil in the government.

Henrik Qvortrup. Photo: Stine Tidsvilde

Henrik Qvortrup has even interfered in the debate on Twitter.

- I have called Søren Pape to sign out, if he is to agree with the criticism, as Ziegler has come up with. It's very attention-grabbing, that a Conservative says that this is a regular firing of a man who did not fit Left, says the political commentator.

- So this can backfire for Conservatives, even if it is the Left that stands behind her supposed firing?

- Yes, it I think. It is a terrible embarrassment for the Left, and it puts their claim to be green and klimabevidste in a somewhat shadowy light, but it is also an embarrassment for the Conservatives, who throughout time have believed that this was an improper firing, but in spite of everything let it pass. So it may well be, Michael Ziegler wake-up call and can provide little point of klimafolket, but it increases the pressure on Søren Pape. Is he agree? And if he is, how could the here firing then take place, for the Conservative is the part of the government.

How bad a case it is here for the Left, regardless of whether it is true that there is talk about a firing or not?

- We know it of course not with certainty, but let me put it this way, that there is a high probability that there is talk of a firing. Technically, they can hang their hat on, Birch Sørensen was employed at a åremålskontrakt, which expired, and so need to be technically not to fire him, for if you do not extend him, then you have to out and find another.

- It leaves the prime minister with something of a forklaringsproblem. And at the same time gives it the impression that much of it here klimapraleri, as we are currently experiencing from the government's side, that it was in fact empty words. And when someone then points out that it is empty words, then they are just thrown on the gate. This is very much a line in the bill for the government.

- do you really Believe that the Left can be completely blind to, that such firing will end up as a bad case for them? If it really is true that he was fired because of his criticism, it seems like pure arrogance of power by the government?

- exactly the arrogance of power is characterized by, that you feel invulnerable, and that one believes that one is in his right to do it, you do, and you don't consider the risk to be discovered as particularly imminent. And formally he is not been fired, but actually I think that more and more suggests that he did.

Peter Birch Sørensen while he was still president of the Klimarådet. Today is Peter Møllgaard president. Photo credit: Sarah Christine Nørgaard/Ritzau Scanpix

Yet the minister of justice and chairman of the Conservative party, Søren Pape is not the answer to Henrik Qvortrups call on Twitter.

Extra Leaf was Saturday afternoon, a very short hold on the Conservative vikarierende group chairman and political rapporteur, Anders Johansson, however, had not further to add, than what he was earlier in the day had written on Twitter.

- I don't have any comments, it sounded from Anders Johansson on phone.

- So you will not tell about In which the party in favour of Michael Ziegler's position?

- I've written on Twitter, what we think about the matter, and that is basically it.

Here, he rejects that there should be a firing, while at the same time he puts distance to the article in the Information, as Michael Ziegler has shared along with its position on the matter.

'I think that Information makes a drama out of relatively little. Klimarådet still exists. It is not outsourced. Environment minister Lars Christian Lilleholt proposed a new president, and we approved the decision. And so there is no more meat on the case', he writes in a tweet, and follows up in a second:

'He has not been fired. He's just not been extended, and the minister has absolutely according to the book be able to insert a new president.'

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