COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - JULY 01, 2022: Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen during the press conference at the Ministry of State in Copenhagen, wher
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Date taken:1 July 2022
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - JULY 01, 2022: Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen during the press conference at the Ministry of State in Copenhagen, where she talks about the Mink Commission 1650 pages report published to the Parliament on Friday June 30. The Prime Minister was flanked by Minister for Food and Agriculture, Rasmus Prehn, Minister for Health, Magnus Heuniche, Minister for Justice, Mattias Tesfaye, Minister of Trade and Industry, Simon Kollerup. On November 04, 2020, the Government unlawful ordered mass culling of some 18 million mink, caused by concerns of a possible Covid-19 mutation. The Mink Commission report accuse the Prime Minister for having forced the pace of the decision-making process to such a degree, that the risk of mistakes was increased and may have led to the mass culling without legal basis. Many top officials, amongst these the Danish Chief of Police and the PM's own Permanent Secretary of State, Barbara Bertelsen, were also blamed by the report. Photo by OJPHOTOS.