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Robin Monotti Graziadei
DENMARK: 9 days of protests over a new law that "would be able to define groups of people who must be vaccinated. People who refuse the above can be coerced through physical detainment, with police allowed to assist."
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 14
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EXPLAINED: What is Denmark’s proposed 'epidemic law' and why is it being criticised?
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 14
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DENMARK: protests over a new law that "would be able to define groups of people who must be vaccinated. People who refuse the above can be coerced through physical detainment, with police allowed to assist."
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 14
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EXPLAINED: What is Denmark’s proposed 'epidemic law' and why is it being criticised?
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 15
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 15
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DENMARK: GOOD NEWS! After 9 days of banging pots & pans outside parliament the epidemic law is SCRAPPED. PROTESTING WORKS: DO IT!
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 16
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The Danish Medical Association believes that the new epidemic law goes too far: the new epidemic law can enter into force if Denmark is affected by a coronavirus version 2.0 the word coercion is included 92 times and power 84 times
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 16
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The consultation period ended on the 13th November, "where a large number of organizations can say what they think about the government's proposal for a new epidemic law." The medical association said: - We believe that there are regulations that go too far and should be changed.
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 16
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The professional association of general practitioners is also concerned about the new epidemic law. - We do not think it is necessary that there is so much power in a ministry. We do not want to be part of such a powerful structure.
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 16
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The two medical associations: - We can not see the reason for vaccinating the population by force. It can give vaccine opponents tailwind if there are such instruments -The Danish Medical Association believes that compulsory vaccination should be ´absolutely the last resort'
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 16
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Under the proposed epidemic law, it is only the Minister of Health who decides when a disease is so dangerous that the Epidemic Act must be used. The government does not need to ask the parliament for advice.
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 16
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Danish Nurses' Council: - We are of the opinion that you as an employee must also be able to say no in relation to participating in a possible exercise of power. And that you can not be sued by a disciplinary body if you choose to do so.
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 16
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The period of open consultation finished on the 13th November, there has been substantial criticism but the law has not been thrown out, the best outcome is a revision in which the mandatory vaccination aspects are removed. A decision is expected by the 13th December I believe.
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 19
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Protesters make noise on Slotsholmen, Copenaghen, Denmark into the second week: "We do not want to live in a dictatorship"
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 19
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"DEMONSTRATION: Since November 4, a group of protesters has filled the square in front of Christiansborg with noise from pots and rye bread molds in an attempt to shout at the politicians. They want to stop an upcoming epidemic law because they fear it will lead to dictatorship."
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 19
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"Many are getting tired of standing in the cold, yet their drum continues on metal kitchen utensils. When you stand in the middle of the crowd, you understand why the demonstrators themselves are wearing orange earplugs or giant hearing protection."
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 19
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"Flemming Blicher, one of the co-organizers, stands in front of the protesters and gives a speech. He starts by assuring them that he has no intention of going home until the politicians "stop their shit".
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 19
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"The words make the crowd of protesters who have grown up burst into cheers and hammer even harder on their frying pans, metal colander, baking tins, saucepans and pots, despite sore hands."
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 19
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"When Flemming Blicher says that Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) on Tuesday had difficulty hearing the questions for Question Time in the Folketing Hall due to the demonstration, the noise grows and there is optimism that their countless hours have gradually worked."
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 19
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"Flemming Blicher has been demonstrating every single day since November 4th. He believes that the Epidemic Act is currently giving dictatorial rights to Minister of Health and the Elderly Magnus Heunicke (S), and that we are already living in a "temporary dictatorship."
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 19
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"Two members of parliament Lars Boje Mathiessen and Pernille Vermund from Nye Borgerlige have planned to go out to the demonstrators on Friday. The party will not vote for the Epidemic Act. As Flemming Blicher says in his speech: "We have two on our side. Then we only need 177"
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 19
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IRELAND has learnt the lesson & will be doing its own pots & pans protest!
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Robin Monotti Graziadei Nov 19
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They are still at it in Denmark, this is them a few hours ago:
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