Sweden Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen called for top-level political action to stop the growth of Muslim parallel societies throughout Denmark – at the government’s two-day seminar in Esbjerg he said the immigrants problem is under control and the government has managed to get more refugees into the labour market but there are still major, major problems surrounding integration.
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Minister of Immigration Inger Støjberg announced that Denmark won’t accept any uslim refugees under the UN’s quota system this year and will in the future seek greater flexibility in determining how many may resettle in the future – she also commissioned a study to chart the extent of kids being sent on ‘re-schooling’ trips to their Muslim parents’ native country. Out of 308 criminal immigrants awaiting deportation, 202 have disappeared according to the latest police figures.
DPP leader Kristian Thulesen Dahl said his party is ready to form a government after the next election but as an equal partner of the Liberals and without the Conservatives and Liberal Alliance (LA) – the latest Greens poll for financial daily Børsen indicated the five parties on the left would win 54% of the vote if an election was held today, compared with only 46% for the three coalition partners and their parliamentary backer, the DPP.
In its latest Outlook for the Danish Economy, published Wednesday, the National Bank noted a ‘solid upswing with increased labour market pressure’ but warned there’s a definite possibility of overheating.
The rate of inflation is the highest for five years – the consumer price index rose at a stable rate of 1.5 percent year-over-year in August, the the fastest since December 2012.
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