At one of last year's events in the Parliament Wine - and spiritussocietet met then has grown Karsten Lauritzen (V), it is evident from the VSOD's (Wine and Spirtus Organisation Denmark) website:
- the Theme was Gin & Bubbles, which got generated a very good atmosphere among the 17 attending mps, including our general, rasmussen, Karsten Lauritzen.
As an Extra Magazine during the day can tell lets a group folketings-politicians themselves attend with various types of alcohol several times per year, where the wine and spiritusbranchen (VSOD, red.) pay the bill.
From the snaps to the gin:
the Parliamentary Wine and Spiritussocietet was in the following documents from the VSOD founded in 2017. and had the first event in 2018. Here are some of the themes:
20. march 2018: Gin & Bubbles
8. may 2018: Wine producers give their take on this summer's drink.
6. november 2018: the Year's hot wine punch.
30. January 2019: 's reception in the bubbles character.
4. september: Among other things, the Danish champagne.
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When the merchants ' guild held a meeting last week (september 2019), could Extra the Magazine to find that - in addition to the president and the vice-president of the club, the Mads Fuglede (V) and Jacob Mark (SF) - put several former ministers and mps the way over.
Including political rapporteur for the SF Karsten Hønge, former Danish minister Eva Kjer Hansen (V) and former minister for social affairs Mai Mercado (K).
Like Morten Messerschmidt (DF), Torsten Schack Pedersen (V), Lennart Damsbo-Andersen (S), Camilla Fabricius (P), Marie Bjerre (V), Jens Henrik Thulesen Dahl (DF), Malte Larsen (P) and Rene Christensen (DF) also showed up.
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the Extra Leaf has contacted all of the participants at the last event in the Wine and spiritussocietetet, but only two are returned with answers to our questions concerning their participation.René Christensen, DF: of Course it is lobbying
'It is the first event I've participated in', writes René Christensen in an email.
'It is quite informal, and I am pleased to participate a second time, if I have time in the calendar.'
'of Course, it is lobbying, but I am a politician and need knowledge from the industries, I do not know so well. I decide fortunately though, what I want to use my knowledge.'
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'I'm not a member, but I have also participated in their christmas event with mulled wine. At both events I went to before the end', writes Hønge in a text message to Ekstra Bladet.
'the Association acts as the Parliamentary Øllaug, where the trade association also pays. The roles between the participants is open and transparent.'
--------- SPLIT ELEMENT ---------Mogens Jensen, P: Come not as a minister
Danish minister Mogens Jensen (S) is currently in China in connection with export promotion activities. He has even given up being a member of the spiritusklubben, but writes in an email:
’I have never been to an event in the Danish Wine and Spiritussocietet. It comes I also do not have to be, as long as I have food. In addition, I also do not have to participate in events in the Parliament Øllaug, as long as I have food.’