the Government will on Sunday evening to resume negotiations on a budget plan with its supporting parties.
It happens after finanslovsforhandlingerne Saturday night was dropped at short notice.
'Finance minister, Nicolai Wammen (S) holds the Sunday night negotiating session on the budget bill, together with the Radical Left, the Socialist people's Party, Unity and the Alternative,' writes the ministry of Finance on Twitter.
the Meeting will take place in the ministry of Finance from the bell 20.
on Saturday the evening should the government have negotiated on with the støttepartierne on a new budget plan from at 17.30. But a little before at 17, there came an announcement that the negotiations had been postponed.
the ministry of Finance could not disclose the reason for Saturday's negotiations came to nothing.
It remains to be seen whether the government and støttepartierne have negotiated Saturday outside the press spotlight. That is, in a so-called hulemøde, where the press will not be informed of, to be negotiated.
Therefore it is quite likely that there is been negotiated in the course of Saturdays. Either in the total bunch. Or bilateral, where Nicolai Wammen has negotiated with a lot at a time.
Friday's negotiations ended in a midnatsforestilling. After the meeting it became clear that the Radical Left is the center of a part of differences.
the Government and the Radical Left see, for example, different views on immigration policy. And the Radical Left and the party, see, for example, differently to the financing of the government budget.
After Friday's negotiations on the four and a half hours, said Morten Østergaard, the Radical Liberal party leader, to '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 Morten Østergaard.
He added that the Radical Left, according to him, fighting a – of and to lonely battle for a very high level of ambition in the negotiations.
Nicolai Wammen noted that the government and the Radical Left looks differently on immigration policy. But that the parties therefore may make a great budget', added the minister of finance.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 18:00