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"Parliamentary Chairman Lykketoft sends a video greeting tomorrow at the fifth Ramadan dinner inside the Parliamentary canteen Snapstinget to celebrate the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan .

At Christiansborg the Ramadan is criticised by the Danish People's Party member former member of the board of the Parliamental Chairman, Søren Espersen. He believes that the Parliament is thus used for praying. ...

"The Parliamentary Chairman speaks on behalf of the whole Parliamentary. And in cases where there strong and differencent opinions among the parties, the Parliamentary Chairman should not take sides, but instead let the Muslims have the party for themselves," says Søren Espersen.


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