S-the government's proposal for a udligningsreform for the country's 98 municipalities have been met with great criticism.
Now report the Danish people's party chairman, Kristian Thulesen Dahl, in the choir of critics. He believes that the prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S) has acted 'nederdrægtigt' by playing municipalities off against each other. Therefore, the government should stop the ongoing negotiations on the reform, says.
- My call to Mette Frederiksen, is that she gets packed here together, and that she gets made a proper basis for a new way to cover up, says Kristian Thulesen Dahl to the newspaper, Denmark.
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Udligningsreformen have not at least gotten criticism from the municipalities, to send a millioncheck on to other less well-off municipalities.
Kristian Thulesen Dahl is very tired of the debate on the local government settlement which, he believes, is to create divisions in Denmark. Not least, when Mette Frederiksen describes the winners and losers.
When she launches the discussion on the way the splitter to the Denmark to atoms. The municipalities of smoking at each other's throats. They are completely up and call currently in a battle against each other, says Kristian Thulesen Dahl.
- It seems I'm simply so nederdrægtigt in relation to it here to get it to hang together.
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the Danish people's Party has in the past repeatedly proposed a uniform municipal income tax, so that all municipalities receive the same tax rate.
the Tax must be paid to the state, which then have to distribute the money between the municipalities, according to the citizens living in individual municipalities.
Kristian Thulesen Dahl acknowledges that the Danish people's party, the proposal will not get the unhappy communal voices to cease.
- But we get the toxicity out of the system, that it is not the municipalities, who take from each other. So they must be sour on the Parliament in place, he says.
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During the finansordfører, Christian Rabjerg Madsen, disagree.
- We would get exactly the same fights between the municipalities, as we see with our model right now, he says to the newspaper Denmark.
Until now, the Danish people's Party remains a part of the negotiations on the municipal equalization, while The Conservatives and Liberal Alliance is smoked out.
the Government has been severely criticised for not providing all the relevant calculations and analysis behind the proposal for a udligningsreform.
This critique is not at least come from the main opposition party, the Left, as for the same reason, have declined to participate in the negotiations so far.