the Criticism of The recruitment of press officers continues.
This time is Left out for it in Aliens affairs and Integration, Pelle Pond.
The embedsmandsansatte press officer must be politically neutral.
But on Monday attacked Pelle Pond out after the Liberal party's president, Jakob Ellemann Jensen, on Twitter.
It gets more Left profiles to criticize him for being partisan, writes the Althing.
On Twitter wrote Pelle Dam the following as a comment to a lookup from the Socialists to the political rapporteur, Jesper Petersen, who linked to a statement from Ellemann about the government's purchase of the elephants:
'Strong to Ellemann come out with a political message that really draws the direction he wants Denmark to move in the coming years. Important as the new president to select the major lines of,' followed by a laughing smiley.
the Liberal party's political rapporteur Sophie Løhde read the comment on Twitter as sarcastic, Onwin and see it as yet another expression of that the Social democrats have employed press officers with ties to the party.
"It's a clean tilståelsessag and, unfortunately, a clear-cut picture on the kammerateriet and the socialdemokratisering of the civil service, which the government, contrary to the Danish forvaltningstradition is in full swing to introduce," says Sophie Løhde to the Althing.
Even defends Pelle Pond with, he acts as a private person on Twitter:
And it can actually give him far more opportunities to express itself politically, despite his employment as a civil servant, assess Steen Bønsing, professor of administrative law at Aalborg University for the Althing.
Public employees have a protected freedom of expression.
the Problem is just that you can get in doubt, what role, Pelle Pond wrote his comment in, because he has abandoned his your organizational mail and phone number on its Twitterprofil.
Pelle Pond has refused to make up to the interview with the Althing, which instead have got a mail from the Aliens affairs and Integration.
'Public employees - like all other citizens – is protected by bl.a. constitution provision on freedom of expression,' writes the ministry and continues:
'They can therefore, on its own behalf to participate in public debate and to put forward personal opinions.'Date Of Update: 25 November 2019, 22:00