Løkke admits: “I should have done that when I became Prime Minister for the second time in 2015.”

Få will deny that Lars Løkke Rasmussen is the politician who has left the biggest imprint on the Danish hospital and health service over the past two decades, where he was first Minister of Health and Home Affairs and then Minister of Finance and Prime Minister on two occasions. He knows something, has tried something and still has a hunger to bring his experience into play at Christiansborg. Now as a non-attached member and founder of and chairman of the Moderates and with a view from a bright office on the third floor.

Løkke pours coffee, and it quickly becomes clear that he is not impressed with the proposal for a reform of the health care system that the government presented recently.

Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.

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