Minister: Took too long to inform the judiciary about the teleskandale

because of the elections was the public kept in the dark in the case of one of the largest retsskandaler. There went several months before the public, and the

Minister: Took too long to inform the judiciary about the teleskandale

because of the elections was the public kept in the dark in the case of one of the largest retsskandaler.

There went several months before the public, and the judiciary was informed about the teledatasagen, which is one of the largest retsskandaler in recent times. And it's too bad, admits justice minister Nick Hækkerup (S) on Thursday at a consultation.

One of the reasons for the delay was that the ministry of Justice up to the general election, which was printed in may, had decided to be passive in the treatment of teledatasagen.

the Minister of justice considers that there must be restraint, but acknowledges that it has taken too long to inform the the judiciary.

Authorities statement shows all in all a very uskønt flow, which can shake confidence.

- That goes for a long time, before forsvarene and the court is informed of the error.

- the attorney general tried in the month of may to create momentum in the case. I find it unsatisfactory that the attorney general does not at this time realize that it is crucial that the orientation is done faster by retssikkerhedsmæssige account, says Nick Haekkerup.

In the years there have the national Police been errors in the conversion of other countries, insufficient monitoring data and inadequate managerial focus, recognizing the minister on the consultation.

the Election did according to the police, that citizens could not be informed about one of the recent largest retsskandale. Therefore brought to the national Police a "reactive" press strategy by allowing the law society inform the public.

In the course of 2020, it is estimated the minister, that you have finished to review all the cases, in which other countries are included. He can't get the date closer.

the attorney general informs that there have not yet been identified cases, as there is reason to re-open.

- We need a culture where mistakes are brought forward openly, says the minister of justice on the consultation.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 28 November 2019, 11:00

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