Unity will give all for adults 10,000 dollars, if they have an annual gross income under 380.000 kroner.
The so-called sommercheck to kick-start the economy after the coronakrisen, says Rune Lund, which is the party's finansordfører.
- It has been a tough time in Denmark. With a tax-free sommercheck we can give the danes a helping hand to a better summer. It seems I'm to be honest, they have deserved.
And at the same time, we put the time in the economy. It will be especially good for the many small companies that have got a genuine mavepuster of coronapandemien, he says in a press release.
the Proposal is, according to the Device list targeted citizens with low - and intermediary income who have permanent residence in Denmark, and it is supposed, that the money must be used for ice cream, coffee and baderinge out in the Danish summerland.
It is about three million citizens, which both include students, pensioners and the unemployed, who will get the benefit of the measure, and the party estimates that it will cost between 30 and 35 billion dollars.
According to Rune Lund is a 'fair' way to give the economy a boost.
- We need to give the money to those who will actually use them. Namely those with low and ordinary incomes.
- There is no logic in that we need to share the money out to the richest, so they can upholster example, even more, he says.
Unity is not the only party who want to sommerglade citizens must stand to it of the Danish economy.
Earlier on Saturday suggested the SF, that the families should have paid an extra børnecheck, which will provide between 3000 and 4500 dollars more per child. It writes the DR.
the Measure will cost $ 3.7 billion, estimates the party.
Also here's hoping that the families will go out to spend a little extra money in the summer holidays.
- Those who have children, are many different groups such as students and the unemployed. So it is that we spread it out more, makes the fact that we have more time in the consumption, and that is what we need to make sure in order to get through this crisis, says the SF-chairman, Pia Olsen Dyhr, to DR.