Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) and the government will again have put the work of the Folketing on hold in part due to the situation with covid-19.
For the time being, this must apply until the winter holidays in mid-February. It writes.
The media learns that the Prime Minister in a letter has asked the Committee on the Rules of Procedure in the Folketing to postpone the consideration of a number of elements.
This applies to private resolutions, inquiries and consultations in the coming weeks. The government will also have slowed down the processing of some of the 28 bills that the government itself has already submitted.
Kristeligt Dagblad also learns that only four of the additional 25 bills that are on the way will be considered before the winter holidays, if the Folketing follows the government’s recommendation.
Both the Liberal Party and the Unity List support a new partial closure, just like last year. Thus, a majority accounts for the government’s plan.
The Danish People’s Party, on the other hand, is against a partial closure.
The Committee on the Rules of Procedure will meet on Wednesday morning.
/ ritzau /
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