the Government's first budget will be Wednesday debated in the Danish Parliament, where the classic fronts are being held.
During the finansordfører Christian Rabjerg Madsen stands Wednesday on the measure of the government's budget plan for 2020 at the Parliamentary rostrum.
It was of the opposition attack in order to increase the inequality and make everyone poorer. However, not surprisingly, was flatly rejected by the finansordføreren.
- This bill does not increase inequality. It makes it better for those who have the least, said Christian Rabjerg Madsen.
It stands in contrast to figures from the ministry of Finance, which shows that the budget bill increases the inequality a bit, if you measure with the generally accepted gini coefficient.
Christian Rabjerg Madsen rejected time and time again, that it should be the case. He says, that the measurement does not take into account, for example, retrenchment of the relaxation of the arveskatten.
And that it does not take into account that the greater well-being also has a value on those who have the least. On a question from the SF's Lisbeth Bech Poulsen opened the Rabjerg Madsen up to make an annual ulighedsredegørelse.
the Opposition had in the discussion is not much to spare for that Christian Rabjerg Madsen does not recognise that inequalities are increasing with the finance. And do not think it is a problem that figures from the ministry of Finance shows that all income groups are getting poorer seen narrowly on income.
- I stand fully by the priorities in the Budget, says Rabjerg Madsen afgiftsstigningerne.
the Government's own supporting parties, the Radical Left, the SF and Unity, had not taken the harsh criticism of the bill, they themselves have made. The radical Left pushed the dog on a flyskat.
Which Rabjerg Madsen said that the Social democrats will look at, when the spring must be negotiated klimahandlingsplan.
For spring, we must look at a flyafgift. I must not make me wise, exactly how it can be designed, said Rabjerg Madsen.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 18 December 2019, 13:00