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The negotiations on inflation aid have started


The government began negotiations with the parliamentary parties on how to spend the 2.3 billion DKK to help the people in Denmark most affected by the inflation crisis. 

  • 1.2 billion DKK comes from the European Union. 600 million DKK are moved from other budgets. 500 million DKK from the 2022 reserves. 
  • SF (Socialist Party), Enhedslisten (Red-Green Alliance) and DF (Nationalist Party) want a larger amount to be spent as aid for inflation. 
  • DD (Danish Democrats – far right) want part of the money to go to rural areas without district heating. 
  • Liberal Alliance and the Conservatives are against spending public money as aid for inflation. 
  • Radikale Venstre (Social Liberals) are doubting the need for the inflation aid. 
  • Nye Borgerlige (Libertarian nationalists) would like to reduce taxes and if possible increase the amount by privatizing DR (national television), reducing foreign aid and closing the job centers. 
Narcis George Matache
Narcis George Matache
Executive Editor and Founder of "Last Week in Denmark".

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