It requires additional state aid, if PostNord to live up to the obligations concerning the disclosure of the letters.
the Parliament is in confidence have been asked to allocate more than 100 million crowns to a temporary bailout to PostNord in Denmark.
It writes Jyllands-Posten.
this Appropriation is intended to extend the contract to deliver letters and packages all over the country, which is to expire 31. december of this year.
But it will require additional state aid for PostNord, where the company must continue to live up to the obligations, says the government and the Danish part of PostNord.
in Order to buy more time for negotiations on a new agreement will be the transport minister Benny Engelbrecht (S), therefore, spend over 100 million dollars to extend the current agreement by six months.
The sudden støttekrav trigger political criticism and counter-claim that the government, in exchange for the temporary authorization provides a comprehensive roadmap that can lead to fundamental changes of PostNord in Denmark.
- There must be a long-term analysis of postnord's future, says The People postordfører, Andreas Steenberg, to the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
the liberals and The Conservatives require a major debate on the post office.
There must be out of the "postboksen", says Kristian Pihl Lorentzen, who is postordfører for the Left.
- the Situation is that our current agreement on the enforcement of universal service - that letters and packages out to all households in Denmark - expires at the end of the year.
- We are now going to discuss with the minister of transport, how we solve this situation.
- We must consider whether the packages at all must be a part of postnord's service. There are many quite excellent pakkeleverandører, delivering to the whole of the country, he says to Ritzau.
two years ago, PostNord in Denmark a greater milliardindsprøjtning to get it to run around.
the Parties fear a bill of around 400 million dollars annually in the budget in order to keep the life of the system.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 06 December 2019, 02:00