A plan of attack on the Left, while the Social democrats are negotiating with the party on the udligningsreformen, has been leaked.
In an email sent to senior partimedarbejdere and the spin doctors, one can read that the finance minister's spin doctor has to find 'stories on the Left (...) on the basis of the answers from the negotiations and another'.
It writes Jyllands-Posten.
Extra Magazine's political commentator Henrik Qvortrup believes that it can be disastrous for negotiations.
- firstly, can the Party very well have shot itself in the foot - who needs whom? The social democrats need the Left, if there must be a udligningsreform.
- It may well be that it is in S's dna to annoy the Left, but it is unfortunate here, he says.
another uncomfortable question that must penetrate in the red camp, is who leaked the 'angrebsmailen'.
- usually manages one-party governments to keep confidential documents inside the house. It is ominous that internal people that leak it here.
- It could indicate that the hard communication strategy is not just popular in all places, " says Qvortrup.
Christian Rabjerg, there is finansordfører for the Social democrats, do not believe that the negotiations have taken damage, he says to Jyllands-Posten.
It is Henrik Qvortrup, however, does not completely agree with.
- so, he may say from here to christmas eve. It is black on white, that there must be leaking things, which can bother the Left. It is a matter of confidence to sit in a closed room and negotiate, and it is quite obvious that this is not good for forhandlingsklimaet.
- It is an expression of that the undeniably good start for the government has increased them to the head. It is dangerous for the government not meeting much resistance, for you can become overconfident, says the political commentator for the Extra Magazine.
so far the Left has canceled the planned talks on Sunday evening and has, despite the pressure of time said that the prime minister Mette Frederiksen must answer questions before the negotiations can be resumed.