Mai Villadsen: Mette Frederiksen says that we are out and that she wants to form a government with blue parties


The government negotiations seem to be entering a new phase.

This is clear after Enhedslisten visited the Prime Minister’s Office on Wednesday morning to talk about climate, environment, nature and the green transition.

Enhedslist’s political spokesperson, Mai Villadsen, says after the meeting that acting Prime Minister and royal investigator Mette Frederiksen (S) has informed her that EL is out of the government negotiations. And that the Social Democrats will form a government with parties from the blue bloc.

“Mette Frederiksen has definitively turned her back on the red-green majority at this meeting. She has informed us that she is continuing the negotiations with the right wing’.

“She says goodbye to the results we have achieved together over the last many years”, says Villadsen.

She refers to the fact that Enhedslisten has acted as a support party for the S-government from 2019 until the general election on 1 November this year.

Frederiksen invites to the doorstep

At 1 pm on Wednesday, Mette Frederiksen herself will give an update on the negotiations. The Social Democratic Party announces this in a press release.

The Social Democrats have gone to the polls to form a government across the political middle with parties from both the red and blue bloc.

The Liberals have long flatly refused to be part of such a government. But at the party’s national meeting at the weekend, chairman Jakob Ellemann-Jensen (V) stated that the Left will explore the possibility of entering into a government across the middle with the Social Democrats.

“Trust is at a low point when she chooses the blue bloc over the red-green majority”, says Villadsen.

She believes that Mette Frederiksen has changed politically.

“It’s a new Mette Frederiksen and someone radically different from the one who joined as a left-wing member of the Social Democrats, who wanted to invest in welfare, and with whom we have had good cooperation in many areas,” says Villadsen.

According to the Social Democrats, there have been 49 meetings and two themed meetings after the general election in relation to the formation of a government.

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

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