Valgnævnet excludes Wednesday temporarily party firm to collect vælgererklæringer to both the general election and elections for the EUROPEAN Parliament.
It happens because of the suspicion of cheating, and therefore get the party a yellow card, write the board on its website.
this means that It indvandrerkritiske party must not collect additional statements, until the board makes a final decision.
'Valgnævnets decision to temporarily exclude the firm from continuing to collect vælgererklæringer implies that the firm can't collect vælgererklæringer, either digital or paper-based,' says.
It is done on the basis of a communication from the social and interior minister, Astrid Krag (S).
"We must take our democracy and the rules of the game of choice very seriously. We can not have, that the parties take a short cut to the ballot, she said."
The first is that the firm has used e-mail addresses that were collected to be set up for the general election in the year, to also seek the establishment of the EU-Parliament in 2024.
But the voters, who have given their e-mail address, have only given the authority to support an establishment for the general election.
The second way is that the firm has written a number of e-mail addresses entered in the electoral system several times. In fact, more than 9000 of the approximately 40,000 e-mail addresses contained more than one time.
Over 700 of them are written in at least five times. A single 56 times for both the general election and elections for the EUROPEAN Parliament.
Partistifter Rasmus Paludan believes that the firm is doomed in advance.
"I have not very great confidence Valgnævnets independence, when Astrid Krag speaking foruddiskontere its decisions" have Rasmus Paludan said.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 12 December 2019, 03:00