the Government, The Radicals, SF, Enhedslisten and the Alternative dealer again on Sunday, informs the ministry of Finance.
With short notice is finanslovsforhandlingerne Saturday evening has been canceled.
Negotiations will resume Sunday.
It informs the ministry of Finance.
the Negotiations on Saturday was scheduled to be begun at 17.30. But a little before at 17 came the announcement that the negotiations are postponed.
the ministry of Finance could not disclose the reason for the negotiations not come to anything.
It is also uncertain whether S-government, Radical, SF, Enhedslisten and the Alternative has negotiated Saturday outside the press spotlight. That is, in a so-called hulemøde, where the press will not be informed of, to be negotiated.
Finance minister Nicolai Wammen (S) said, however, after Friday's aftenforhandlinger, that the parties should negotiate on Saturday.
Therefore is quite likely to have been negotiated in the course of Saturdays. Either in the total bunch. Or bilateral, where Wammen has negotiated with a lot at a time.
Pernille Skipper, the Unity of the political rapporteur, disclose to the news agency Ritzau that she did not know the cause of the canceled negotiations on Saturday evening. Here was all the parties summoned to the ministry of Finance.
the Same message comes from Alternativets political leader, Uffe Elbæk. He adds, however, that he remains very confident in the relationship to soon close a deal on a budget for 2020. The sketch looks quite good, he says.
Friday's negotiations ended in a midnatsforestilling. After the meeting it became clear that The Radical is the center of a part of differences.
the Government and The Radicals see, for example, different views on immigration policy. And The Radical and Unity see, for example, differently to the financing of the government budget.
- Sorry for the wait, but our priority is to get a really good bill, writes The People's political rapporteur, Sofie Carsten Nielsen, Saturday night on Twitter in a comment to the cancellation.
After Friday's negotiations on the four and a half hours, said Morten Østergaard, The People's leader, that "the primary arm-wrestle for me is with the Social democrats".
- We will have more pressure on CO2-reduction, more teachers in primary schools and a better integration, said Østergaard.
He added that The Radical according to him fighting a - of and to lonely battle for a very high level of ambition in the negotiations.
Wammen noted that the government and The Radical look differently on immigration policy. But that the parties therefore may make "a really good bill," added Wammen.
To the news agency Ritzau says Sofie Carsten Nielsen on Saturday night:
- It is The Radicals and the Social democrats, who have their outstanding amount back.
SF-chairman, Pia Olsen Dyhr, could Saturday, incidentally, will celebrate his 48 birthday. She was not given a budget for my birthday present. But a night off.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 30 November 2019, 22:00