Now is a secretary from the Danish people's Party, forward with his version of the elevator-case at Christiansborg.
the Danish policy - 18. feb. 2020 - pm. 14:19 Handicapped politician: I was overfuset to use the elevator
Secretary of the Danish people's Party Christian Frei believes that there is a misunderstanding, when the spokesman of the Radical Left Kristian Hegaard calls his visit, the rapporteur's office for 'a bollocking'.
- This is severely off-track, say DF-secretary to Ekstra Bladet.
the substance of The case of some short stairs, which at Christiansborg can be made to elevatorlifte at 54 seconds.
- I have seen that he (Kristian Hegaard, red.) not doing the lift on a staircase again, when he has used it, and so has left a kødrand of people who must wait, says partisekretæren and adds to it on Tuesday, not just turned on one, but two stairlifts, which were not bogged down again.
How long does it really mean to transform the elevator to the stairway? Video/editing: Lasse Brøndal/Signe Skov
Lift-situation was publicly known by a tweet from the radical spokesman.
I'm shaken. Received this morning a bollocking from a second party's employee, who generally think he wasted too much time, when I use the lifts at the Palace, so it should I just take to think a little bit over, for it was his opinion several had the attitude. #dkpol— Kristian Hegaard (@KHegaard) February 18, 2020
The laying of the meeting, which took place on Tuesday morning, shares DF-secretary Christian Frei does not.
- I go into his office to ask if he'll remember to press elevatorliften to a staircase. So he runs to the other side of the table and say 'this is never going to happen!', tells Christian Frei about his experience.
He raises his voice, and it may well be that I then raised his voice, explaining DF-the secretary and tells that he has said sorry and in fact have even worked as handicapmedhjælper in two and a half years.
The publicized apology from Christian Frei was not alone. Extra Leaf can lift the veil for a long and chaotic forsoningproces between the two.
After Kristian Hegaards public complaint over the incident sends the Radical Left a complaint on behalf of Kristian Hegaard for the Danish people's human resources manager. She responds with an apology to the people secretary.
DF-the boss calls then Christian Frei to say sorry, which he immediately makes in an email to Kristian Hegaard:
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Christian Frei, who believe that the case is now happily concluded, however, quickly get on other thoughts.
the Danish people's human resources manager is directed again to Christian Frei and informs him that the Radical Left has accepted the apology. They believe that Frei regrets that Kristian Hegaard has seen the situation wrong; not that he is saying sorry for the incident.
Christian Frei must, therefore, send even an email to:
The now somewhat tricky affair stores, however, yet another surprise.
on Tuesday afternoon when namely the dispute to new heights, as the land on partiformændenes board.
Chairman of the Danish people's Party, Kristian Thulesen Dahl, send: an sms message to the radical president, Morten Østergaard, where DF-the leader regrets the lift-the incident and assures him that it is important for the Danish people's Party, that everyone is adapt at Christiansborg. It is not known whether Østergaard has answered this.
Ekstra Bladet has tried to get Kristian Hegaard and Christian Frei to meet, in order to clarify the misunderstanding, but it has Kristian Hegaard not wanted.
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Kristian Hegaard, who has shared his experience on social media may not recognize Christian Freis interpretation of the case.
- He comes in and says that he thinks that I am wasting his time by taking elevatorliften, he says to Ekstra Bladet in his office.
- It is a targeted attack on my person, says Kristian Hegaard, and adds that in any case, never is others who have complained to him before.
- I have reproduced the facts, and that is all that witnessed the incident in the hallway, you will agree with me, explains Kristian Hegaard.