Inger Støjberg (V) tells TV2 News that she reckons that the party will take her legal representation from her.
The Liberal Party’s former deputy chairman and current legal spokesperson, Inger Støjberg, reckons that her legal spokesperson will be taken from her.
She says this to TV2 News after the Liberal Party on Thursday chose to vote for a federal court case against her in the case of illegal separation of asylum couples without individual assessment in 2016.
– I can hear that they expect to take the legal representation from me as well, she says.
Group chairman of the Liberal Party, Karsten Lauritzen, said around 3 pm that a decision has not yet been made on whether Inger Støjberg can keep her rapporteur.
“No decision has been made on that,” he said.
In the interview with TV2, Inger Støjberg says that she is still considering whether she has a future in the party.
– It is only natural that I consider my future in the Liberal Party. First, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen (V) (Liberal Party chairman, ed.) Said that he did not trust me as deputy chairman and asked me to leave.
– And then give me the ultimate declaration of no confidence by supporting a federal court against me, she says.
In 2019, Inger Støjberg was elected deputy chairman of the Liberal Party after the showdown, which cost Lars Løkke Rasmussen and Kristian Jensen their posts as chairman and deputy chairman, respectively.
However, the collaboration with the chairman, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, has not been easy and the two have been on a direct collision course several times. At the end of the Christmas holidays, Inger Støjberg chose to resign from the post when she was asked to do so by the party’s executive committee and Jakob Ellemann-Jensen.
Already here, there was speculation as to whether Inger Støjberg had finished in the party. And after Thursday’s development, they have intensified.
– I turn the slant. But it’s not that easy even. I myself have been a Left-wing man all my adult life and come from a family where people have voted left for generations.
– So opting out is not something you just do, says Inger Støjberg to TV2.
/ ritzau /
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