It has now been a week since the government could announce its agreement on next year's budget.
A week, which most of all is gone with frustration over the lack of answers to key questions about the economy in the agreement and discussion on whether there is an agreement on minimumsnormeringer in nurseries and kindergartens.
And so there have been a spinoffensiv against The Radicals.
Now, The Radicals have kept close contact for the press during the negotiations, which by some has been seen as ukollegialt, but it is now quite wise by Morten Østergaard and co.
just Look at how the agreement has been made subsequently as the reddest budget ever.
If The Radicals had not given the little opposition to the laying out, then they would have been run over with a steamroller.
part of analysis, the leaders and the comments still gives you a right homonymous assessment that The Radicals have lost in the negotiations, has been laced or even stand in a generally historically weak position.
there is actually also a provisional truth, but it is also a good spin.
however, One should never underestimate The Radical party has the ability to devour the humiliation and just put the anger into an account for later use.
the Party is the absolute most patient at Christiansborg palace, both in individual negotiations, in the agendas, as they can be wrong in relation to folkedybet for decades without that shake of the hand, but also in relation to strategic positions.
It is simply too early to judge The Radical as 'put to the wall'. On the contrary, they have set a little stubbornness into account for the next budgets.
It you may have 'snørret' The Radical with at this budget, you can get to dingle in the' next budget or the next, for there is a reason that we have not had many etpartiregeringer in Denmark. It is notoriously difficult.
If not 'the reddest government' will end the parliamentary term, to conclude the blue budgets, you had better be careful too often, and effectively proclaim The Radical as the losers of cooperation.the Sea Marie Serup
the Sea Marie Serup is B. T.'s political commentator and also as director of the communication agency BY SERUP. Sea Marie Serup is one of the sharpest political observers and have been quite close in power as the advisor to the prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen in his first reign.Updated Date: 06 December 2019, 22:00