The Danish authorities just isn’t overthrown – however autumn elections are required

The Radical Left Party has determined to not demand that the very important conclusions offered this week within the mink fee’s report be submitted to an unbiased authorized evaluation physique.

Thus, there isn’t any political majority within the Folketing for a particular authorized evaluation, which in flip may have fashioned the idea for a Supreme Court lawsuit towards the Prime Minister or every other individual.

But the Radical Left’s chief Sofie Carsten Nielsen, who offers the message on her Facebook web page, additionally calls for that the federal government announce new elections after the summer season holidays, most not too long ago on the reopening of the Folketing on 4 October.

The Mink Commission acknowledged, amongst different issues, that within the report that Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen offered “objectively grossly misleading” info when she introduced at a press convention on 4 November 2020 that the nation’s 15-17 million minks can be killed.

The Danish Prime Minister’s determination was based mostly on a mutation of the coronavirus discovered amongst contaminated minks within the autumn of 2020. The mutated variant had additionally been unfold to people.

Shortly after the determination, the newspaper Berlingske revealed that there was no authorized foundation for killing the wholesome minks.

The Danish mining business has been a world chief for a long time, however went to the grave with the determination on mass killing.

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