On the same day that the deadline for making a decision expired, Mette Frederiksen meets the press in Marienborg. She announces it becomes <span class="note" data-content="
National Assembly elections outside the normal election period.
(Source: Norwegian Academy dictionary)
“data-term =” nyval “> newval in Denmark.
– There is war in Europe and economic uncertainty. Prices go up for everything we need. The important task right now is to bring Denmark safely through the crisis, she says.
– We are now calling for a renewed mandate on Tuesday 1 November, when Denmark goes to the polls. Let’s take care of each other and the future. Let’s take care of Denmark. Good election campaign to all.
One of the parties that supports the government,
Liberal Social Political Party. Sister of the Norwegian Left.
“data-term =” Radical Left “> Radical Lefthe warned that Frederiksen would receive a motion of no confidence in him if this did not happen within three months.
The deadline actually expired yesterday, but has been extended by the same party until today.
By all accounts, Frederiksen’s government wanted something like this. Today he chose to try the lock with people instead.