The President of the Socialists & amp; Democrat Mette Frederiksen, 41, said Tuesday night that after three weeks of negotiations with three left-wing parties, she had agreed on the formation of the one-party minority government, a deal in Denmark. That could change easily. An 18-side agreement between Frederiksen`s party and three other parties of the so-called “left bloc”, namely the “social-liberals”, the “Red-Green Alliance” and the Socialist People`s Party (SF), “weakens” the policy towards migrants. This is probably because, in order to reach an agreement and govern, Frederiksen had to make some concessions to the much softer migration policy of the other three parties in the bloc. Frederiksen will present the 18-page government deal later on Wednesday, which also contains promises to roll back years of spending cuts in education and health, with the new government due to be introduced on Thursday. The current government was formed on 27 June 2019 and is composed of the Social Democratic Party. The new government will again accept UN resettlement quotas and transfer families with children from the Sjaelsmark camps to “more humane centres”. COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Denmark will this year be the third Nordic country to form a left-wing government, after Social Democrat leader Mette Frederiksen agreed late on Wednesday on terms for a one-party minority government. The central government has general legislative powers in the following areas of national sovereignty: police, defence, administration of justice, foreign affairs and development assistance. Denmark`s new Social Democratic government has slightly weakened its stance on immigration since the election campaign, after three weeks of talks with three other left-wing parties that agreed to support the government. So what is the government`s new migration policy? While the number of votes of the Social Democrats has decreased compared to the previous elections in 2015, that of the Liberals has increased.
In addition, support for far-left parties, all of which opposed Frederiksen`s attitude to immigration, increased sharply, eventually allowing him to form a government. In addition, Denmark has two specific autonomous regions: the Faroe Islands and Greenland, which are not members of the European Union (EU). Greenland is recognised at EU level as a country with the status of “overseas countries and territories”. In addition to the overseas agreement, Greenland has a series of agreements with the EU, such as the fisheries agreement. The Queen of Denmark is the official head of government in Denmark, but her role is largely ceremonial. However, it seems that she had to give in on several of her party`s controversial harsh immigration measures to reach an agreement with her left-wing partners and this year form the third centre-left government in the Nordic region. “It is a great pleasure for me to announce that we have a majority to form a new government,” Frederiksen said. “We have now achieved the goal.
We have shown that a new majority can translate its hopes into action if the Danes vote as they did. However, financing plans remained unclear after Frederiksen, along with three left-wing parties, presented an 18-page document titled “Just Direction for Denmark,” which outlines the new government`s ambitions, which includes a 70 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. . .