the keyboard still sharp, internally, in the Left, where the ceasefire has straitened circumstances after last year's civil war.
even Though there is a new sheriff in the party, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, then, there is chaos on the Liberal party line service.
Vice-president Inger Støjberg going solo on the strip - against the party line or president - in such key areas as law, foreigners and foreign policy.
the Analysis among a number of Liberal party members in the Parliament reads that Inger Støjberg weakens Ellemann, because she is behaving 'out of control' and 'selfish'.
at the same time, the former vice-president Kristian Jensen up with suggestions for the economic policy of the 10 years in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
The freedom of having the former vice-president, however, does not have. With a hard hand was Kristian Jensen, therefore, deprived of all the items in the Left of the new president.
the Danish policy - 12. jan. 2020 - pm. 14:28 How he was slaughtered
this is The first time that Jakob Ellemann-Jensen really step into character as a V-boss.
A handful Left-the people at the Palace are therefore talking about a ’ledelsesvakuum’ internally, where a new so-called 'L-band' has taken control.
the - L-the gang runs real party right now, says a member of the Liberal party folketingsgruppe, who wishes to remain anonymous for the sake of victimization to come forward.
the Gang got its name in the Left because of the members ' surnames. It consists namely of finansordfører Troels Lund, political rapporteur Sophie Løhde and gruppenæstformand Karsten Lauritzen.
the Danish policy - 12. jan. 2020 - pm. 13:27 Ellemann in a panic: He kicks down
the Gang's tactics are according to a number of Left-sources 'to pound away at the government in all cases'. Also more than what the sheriff Ellemann sometimes uncomfortable, report the sources.
It applies, among other things Sophie's Løhdes a frontal attack on prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S) a little woven reply ’to look forward’ in relation to the american assassination of the iranian military commander Soleimani in Iraq.
Løhde thought it was ’strange’ that the prime minister would not respond clearly to the crisis in the Middle east. While there was, to put it mildly even beating around the V-roller internally.
Vice-president Inger Støjberg heralded the UNITED states’right to 'defend itself', while Jacob Ellemann thought that America was the 'need to follow some international rules of the game'.
the Liberal party's vice-president Inger Støjberg opened in an interview in Berlingske tidende, in order to introduce face recognition in the ghetto areas.
It is not Liberal party policy, stated Jan E. Jørgensen (V), a member of the retsudsvalget.
One study showed that 28 percent of danes think that muslim immigrants should be sent out of the country.
Støjberg embraced the 28 percent, while Jakob Ellemann train distance from them.
Støjberg was on AMERICA's side in relation to the liquidation of the iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani in Iraq.
Ellemann pointed out that the UNITED states should comply with international rules.
Several members of the Liberal party folketingsgruppe have begun to vent their dissatisfaction with the L-gang, and Jakob Ellemann is supposedly informed about the problem.
so far, the V-sheriff, however, most busy to ride alone out on tour in the coming months to put a finger in the Left-to the land.
Neither Troels Lund, Karsten Lauritzen or Inger Støjberg is turned back on Ekstra inquiries.
Sophie Løhde and Jakob Ellemann does not want to comment.
the Jensens to fall through the Liberal party ranks
Kristian Jensen (V) has a great past in the Left, and until the end of august, he was the party's vice-president.
Only five months later he looks like a complete man in Danish politics, after president Jacob Ellemann-Jensen has stripped him of both ordførerskab and udvalgsposter.
It happens because the former vice-president, in an interview with Jyllands-Posten has shared his thoughts on a reformsamarbejde with the Social democrats, the Conservative and The Radical, without first reversing it with the president.
Kristian Jensen's fall from the top started with an interview in Berlingske. Get the entire overview here:
* 8. august: Berlingske brings an interview with Kristian Jensen, who at that time was vice-president.
Here he says, among other things, that the Left should drop the idea of creating A government that former president Lars Løkke Rasmussen launched during the election campaign.
* 9. august: Left-nestor Claus Hjort Frederiksen said under the Liberal party sommergruppemøde that Kristian Jensen should resign as vice-president.
Kristian Jensen apologizes the interview at a press conference in connection with the sommergruppemødet and makes it clear that it is the Liberal party president, who put the political line.
* 20. august: It is clear that there is infighting in the Left, and it becomes too much for parts of the hinterland.
Four members of the Left facing forward in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, and requires the Loop aside as chairman and Kristian Jensen is set aside as vice-president.
* 27. august: Left in the central denmark Region, the members of the folketing Preben Bang Henriksen and Carsten Kissmeyer, as well as individual mayors calls on the public Loop and Kristian Jensen to withdraw.
* 31. august: Loop and Kristian Jensen withdraws from their posts after a meeting of the Party's central executive committee at the Hotel Comwell in Brejning.
Kristian Jensen makes up for an impromptu press conference, while Lars Løkke leaving hovedbestyrelsesmødet without meeting the press.
* 21. september: Jakob Ellemann-Jensen be elected by an extraordinary movement in the Left as the new president. Inger Støjberg is selected as the new vice-president.
* 26. september: the Liberal party folketingsgruppe elects, and Lars Lokke Rasmussen have its seat in the Foreign policy Board, while Kristian Jensen as your wish does not get granted any rapporteurships. Later, however, he is assigned the role of arktisordfører.
* 11. January: There is silence from Kristian Jensen, until he in an interview with Jyllands-Posten opens its thoughts to cooperation on economic reforms across the political centre. The interview will be placed on the web on Saturday night and in the newspaper Sunday.
He has not turned the mind with the Liberal party group leadership before he gives the interview to the newspaper. It gets the president Jakob Ellemann-Jensen to deprive Kristian Jensen all the records. He will be backed by a united group leadership.
Sources: Left, Jyllands-Posten, the news agency Ritzau.Show more Close