When the Danish-Turkish football team Vatanspor played against AGF Aarhus in the DM yesterday, the stadium sold kebabs along with the traditional hot dog.
The decision to sell kebabs during the match was warmly welcomed by most home fans.
However, Pia Kjærsgaard was not too happy about the announcement.
Declines invitation to watch the match
A Danish People’s Party member told TV2 that it is “special treatment towards Muslims” and something “we do all the time”.
Selling kebabs at Vatanspor’s home games in Brabrand near Aarhus is a tradition, and they will not let the remarks disturb them.
In fact, the club invited Kjærsgaard to come to their next match for free – an invitation she has declined.
PM candidates to debate live on TV
The three candidates running for prime minister – Mette Frederiksen, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen and Søren Pape Poulsen – will meet for a live televised debate on Sunday. An autumn general election still looks likely, and Ellemann-Jensen said this week that an early vote made sense for the Blue Block given the polls’ level tie. Radicals have threatened to overthrow the government if Frederiksen does not announce a date by October 4 at the latest. The parliamentary election must be held no later than 4 June 2023.
New name for vegan party
The Vegan Party has officially changed its name to Grøn Alliance. It was thought that the previous name was too exclusive. It will appear on the official list as ‘G’. After asking for permission for the name change, it was approved and the Minister of the Interior and Housing told TV2 that it was the respectable and right thing to give permission.
Ellemann disagrees with Pape
Venstre’s leader Jakob Ellemann-Jensen described the Conservatives’ economic plans as being unrealistic, as part of the plan includes a saving of DKK 17.8 billion on public development. Ellemann-Jensen cannot see where the cost savings are to be found, and is afraid that a vote for Conservative would not be “the best for the population or for Denmark.” Conservative leader Søren Pape Poulsen states that the funds must be found by making the public sector more efficient by 0.4 percent annually.
New COVID-19 vaccines must be delivered
Although the number of people infected with COVID-19 has decreased over the summer – from week 33 to 34 it fell by 27 percent – vaccinations against COVID-19 will start again on September 15. 4.5 million new variant-updated vaccinations from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna will be sent to Denmark in September, according to the Danish Health Authority. The target vaccination group will also be expanded to include pregnant women, healthcare workers and those living with people who are more at risk. Jabben will be available on 15 September for everyone over 85. And on 1 October everyone over 50 will receive a vaccination invitation via e-Boks.
Conservative: Cash for energy change
Conservatives have announced that if they gain power, Danish home owners will be awarded cash if they are able to make their home more environmentally friendly and thus cut down on energy consumption. According to Conservative leader Søren Pape Poulsen, the reward will encourage more people to act and help prevent climate change. This can be by buying new windows, better insulation or adopting heating methods that are better for the environment. The proposed check can be anywhere from 20,000 to 60,000 kroner, and the party says there is the potential for 600,000 homes in Denmark to save CO2 and reduce their energy consumption.
Living in Denmark with a foreign partner is becoming more difficult
It has become increasingly difficult for Danish citizens married to foreigners to live in Denmark after the laws were changed in 2018. Before then, 10 percent of the population was rejected – a figure that has now risen to 18 percent, a report from Udländinge shows. Ministry. One in five rejected cases relates to the fact that the level of written and spoken Danish is not up to par. It is a requirement to have passed a Danish test corresponding to a Danish test in the 9th grade.
Source: The Nordic Page
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