the Danish people's party chairman, Kristian Thulesen Dahl, said at the party's annual meeting that the party's positions and policy should not be wrapped in nice words.
It appears by the president's speech, which is given prior to the speech is held.
Thulesen Dahl says that he has compared the choice of the 5. June with a football match, where he, as the goalkeeper had to take note of a defeat at 27-1 against Virklund.
He says that there was mistake made. But that the result had not needed to be so glaring.
- I refuse to acknowledge that we had needed to lose so many seats. We could have played the match differently. We had still lost seats but had had a larger team to fight with in this legislature than we have now, " says the president.
He continues, that the party and the leadership must now be ready to go more in standing up for its policy.
- We must be faster and better to handle the tiring cases, and yes: Peter (Skaarup red.) and I need to be less neat and more sharp, even if our mothers have raised us to just be nice and easy going, says Kristian Thulesen Dahl and continues:
- But when we encounter unscrupulous opponents as Morten Østergaard (R), Zenia Stampe (R) and Pernille Skipper (Ø), then we simply take the leaf from your mouth, and give them battle to the line.
He emphasises that he sees it as crucial that the Danish people's Party will regain its influence in Danish politics after the decline from 21.1 to 8.7 percent at the elections and the corresponding loss of power for the blue block.
- the Danish people's Party to prosper again. We must win, the danes ' trust back. I would go so far as to say that we have a duty to it, said the president.
the annual meeting is the Danish people's party, the first since the two significant defeat in the elections before the summer recess.
The worst election result for the party since 1998. Despite the poor choice was party chairman Kristian Thulesen Dahl in the post.
After unaccustomed criticism from the hinterland, that the party leadership had underestimated the climate change agenda, moved too close to the Social democrats and not gotten enough out of be it the government, carried to the president a tour to listen and explain.