Tight Direction keeps rigskongres in the Parliament, but should have kept it on the island of Lindholm, think Naser Khader (K).
There is simmering dissatisfaction among several of the Parliament members of that firm on Saturday holding its rigskongres in the Paliament at Christiansborg.
the Chairman of the party Forward Simon Emil Ammitzbøll-Bille doesn't think you need to close "a bunch of racists into democracy hallowed halls".
- I do not think that there is no reason to normalize the extreme. I think it is fair that you will make sure that it can be kept in safety.
- But I do not think that there is any reason that they should have preferential treatment and are allowed to hold their meetings at Christiansborg in democracy's hallowed halls, says Simon Emil Ammitzbøll-Beetle.
The Conservative Naser Khader is also disappointed with the decision.
- Wrong decision, that firm will be allowed to keep their so-called rigskongres in the Danish Parliament/the Paliament. You should have referred them to the island of Lindholm, he wrote Saturday on Facebook.
In October, did The Police ban on that Tight Course, there have Rasmus Paludan in the lead, could hold his rigskongres on the Milling Hotel Park in Middelfart, denmark for security reasons.
Also in the Alternative are skeptical of the decision.
- It is a part of the normalization, we have seen over the past two years. A normalization of, that it is okay to make up conventions with public policy and with what you can say about each other.
- the Border is constantly being pushed, says the Alternative political leader, Uffe Elbæk, to Politiken.
Elbæk, convened this week on behalf of the Alternativets folketingsgruppe sent a letter to Henrik Dam Kristensen, where he called on the president to change his decision.
- We recognize, of course, that you as president have the authorization to give such permission.
- however, We are also real, that we as democrats and politicians have a duty to say clearly, from the face of fascism, when the knocking on the door, writing Elbæk in the letter.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 15:00