The government’s support party SF is now making an invariable demand to the government ahead of Friday’s third round of negotiations on a ten-year plan for strengthened psychiatry and better mental health: Put money on the table. Otherwise we’re out.
“I have informed Minister of Health Magnus Heunicke (S) that if no money arrives on Friday, it makes no sense for SF to participate in the negotiations”, says the party’s group vice-chairman and children’s rapporteur, Jacob Mark, who together with psychiatry spokesperson Trine Torp shows up to the negotiations with a clear desire for a binding amount:
Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.
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