Before christmas, said the environment – and klimaminister Vidar Helgesen (H) no to ulvejakt in Hedmark . Rovviltnemdene had decided to take out the four ulveflokker in the county of Hedmark, and reacted sharply at the ministry said no.
A number of members in the party has opted out and Rovviltnemda put down his work in protest.
Opprørsstemningen is real. This is about important principles, such as respect for property ownership and enkeltmenneskets rights, ” says Kristian Tonning Riise to the class struggle.
Tonning Riise is the leader in the Young Right and Hedmark Right its meant ahead of parliamentary elections next year.
Nine buses to Oslo
Vidar Helgesen has summoned to meeting of the states parties that is behind the ulveforliket (Right, Ap, Frp and KrF) the 4. January.
In connection with this meeting, a number of environments in Inland. It is being set up nine buses from different locations in Hedmark and Oppland, which will transport campaigners in Oslo.
– This is a celebration where residents, hunters, beitenæringa, landowners, friluftsfolk and mayors will ask, ” says Knut Arne Gjems in the NJFF County.
It came as a surprise and provoked fierce reactions, that the environment – and klimaministeren said no to the planned ulvejakta. The plan was to take out 32 wolves in four ulveflokker in this County, but with ministerens no, it just lisensjakt in a total of 15 wolves, and only five in the County.
Not good with division in election year
Kristian Tonning Riise is concerned about the divisions this issue has led to in the Right.
– You have realised at the highest levels that this is a tricky issue for the party , and that the problem can be long lasting. No one wants to go into an election year with an open division of what we perceive as absolutely central Right values, ” says Kristian Tonning Riise.
Lovavdelingen in the ministry of Justice and public security decided that skadepotensialet not big enough for the four ulveflokker in Hedmark can be launched.
prime Minister Erna Solberg went out and supported his minister after the decision and believes they had no other choice than to say no to hunting, if they are to follow the rules in Bernkonvensjonen.