We are working to find solutions that make that the Parliamentary anmodningsvedtak, the legislation and the international obligations of our hang together, ” says Helgesen to the NTB.
He sent Tuesday a letter to Parliament’s presidency in which he asks to come and stay a statement.
“I want to give a thorough briefing about the background of our decision and the measures we will implement, as for example the marking of the wolf,” says the minister.
It is expected that the government’s controversial decision to say no to the killing of 32 wolves in ulvesonen, also will be the theme when the prime minister Erna Solberg (H) Wednesday meetings in the oral spørretimen.
Solberg and Helgesen are on a collision course with his own in a case that has been very challenging for the government. The attitude of the Conservative and progress party’s stortingsgrupper is clear: Ulveforliket from last year must be followed up.
Stortingspresidenten even have engaged in a cause that is important to a large part of the inhabitants of the hjemfylket his, Oppland, norway. In the aftermath of the Conservative felleskonferanse on Sundvollen in the weekend express Olemic Thommessen hope of adoption.
It is about to carry out an amendment, and put in place short-term measures for felling in anticipation of this legislative amendment, he said to the local newspaper Norwaynews Dagningen.
– Follow up
In the letter, as Helgesen Tuesday sent the presidency, writes the minister that the government page of our have worked with to follow up ulveforliket from last spring.
“the Situation is demanding,” he.
Helgesen shows that the rovviltnemndenes decision to open for lisensjakt of up to 32 wolves in four ulverevir in the county of Hedmark was omstøtt because lovavdelingen in the department of Justice stated that skadepotensialet is not well enough documented. He argues that it thus was not possible to authorize the harvesting, despite the fact that the wolf population now is over bestandsmålet that Parliament has adopted.
the Government’s decision before the weekend to radiomerke wolf to document the skadepotensialet has not helped to dampen the conflict. On the contrary, it regarded as a provocation by some landowners, who say they will refuse the helicopters from the Norwegian nature inspectorate to land on the properties.