the Danish people's party spokesman Peter Skaarup will have justice minister Nick Hækkerup (S) in the talk, after a 24-year-old man on Tuesday fled from the retspsykiatrisygehuset in Slagelse.
the Case concerns the Hemin Dilshad Saleh, who late Tuesday night fled from the retspsykiatrisk department in Slagelse, according to one or more persons with firearms helped him to escape.
Peter Skaarup has therefore tabled two questions to the minister, as he wants answers to.
The first question goes to the specific case from Slagelse. In the second question, he refers to a report from the Council of europe, which shows that Denmark out of the 47 countries located in the third place, when it comes to fangeflugter from closed prisons.
"I'd like to hear the ministry of justice answers as to why he even comes to a department with the lack of security, as it is the case," says Peter Skaarup to TV2 East.
Earlier in the year described the Kristeligt Dagblad Denmark's position in the list. The cause is found fol.a. in Denmark relatively open prison system, evidence of the kind of sentence that is more lenient than in many other countries.
denotes Skaarup to TV2 East as being "extremely impatient" to get answers. It must he remain until the 27. november, where he expects answers to the questions in the folketingssalen.Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 13:00