Martin Golberg, president of the Buskerud AP, will not nominate Ole Henrik Grot Bjorgolt as Secretary of State because of his immigrant-important position.
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Bjørkholt, a GP who lives in Drammen, was appointed secretary of state for the Ministry of Health and Care Services on Friday. In the Facebook post he has now deleted, he thanked Hege Storhaug from the Human Rights Service and suggested that Labor should look to the Danish People’s Party and the Swedish Democrats on immigration policy.
– We have been assigned Secretary of State for Bjorgold, and it has been communicated to the executors of the appointments. Now we note that he was appointed and that was due to his professional qualifications, says Gல்பlberg, who leads the county team from Bjørkholt.
He says the reservation is about “attitudes expressed in DN-specific posts”.
Bjørkholt has now removed the controversial posts in which he advocated a social democratic social policy with a strict immigration policy.
He told DN on Friday that he was sorry for what he had said and that he had moved politically, although he was still in favor of a tougher immigration policy.
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