– When faced with a crisis, as serious as the climate crisis is, we will have to uncover all possibilities. Then it is useless to say that we do not know anything about it, she says.
The proposal for research into nuclear power was one of the party’s five main points for the autumn, which was presented on Saturday.
Permanent stay for the Afghans who have been evacuated to Denmark, and a doubling of media support through a new media tax was also on the agenda.
The proposal to explore the possibilities of nuclear power must be seen as part of the party’s energy and climate policy. This is explained by Isabella Arendt and the party’s political spokesperson, Jens Rohde.
But it is also about making the transition to sustainable energy as cheap as possible, according to the Christian Democrats.
– Inequality increases markedly when you give up clean energy sources (for example nuclear power, red), says Isabella Arendt.
Source: The Nordic Page