“We didn’t know if we could make it when we started. These are four parties with very different histories and opinions. But now we have reached our goal,” Frederiksen told DR Nyheder.
“As a result, we have shown that when the Danes go and vote as they did, a new majority can translate their hope into specific action.”
Sjælsmark axed, foreign workers in
Frederiksen stated that she will head to the queen’s residence tomorrow and announce that a government is ready to be formed, as tradition dictates.
The four parties have been negotiating for three weeks now and a political document has been scripted to formalise the agreement – an accord that involves binding climate legislation that aims to reduce emissions by 70 percent.
Other aspects of the agreement include opening the doors for more foreign workers and minimum quotas for daycare institutions.
Moreover, the new quartet have also agreed to scrap plans to use the island of Lindholm for criminal foreigners, to remove child asylum-seekers from the Sjælsmark centre and to once again accept quota refugees.