Government should stay the course when it comes to reform, says opposition

Recent suggestions by some ministers that the government plans to slow the pace of financial reforms in the coming months has opposition party Venstre encouraging the government to stay on track. Party spokesperson Kristian Jensen said that they will make continuing reform a priority when parliament reconvenes in the fall. "Without reforms, the economy will stagnate, and many will be stuck outside the labour market," said Jensen. Jensen said that everyone currently knows at least one person who is out of work and that cost-cutting in the public sector frees up money that can help get people back to work. – Information