A vote for the Conservative People’s Party in Rudersdal on the 21st of November and you get local representatives dedicated to a caring community marked by decency, honesty, empathy, concern and common sense.
The Conservative People’s Party in Denmark is more than a hundred years old. In our hearts we subscribe to politics, which support the pillars of our society – our families, our Constitution, law and order, our schools and our obligation to care for the poor, helpless and despondent in our midst. It also means that we feel obliged to protect our nature and our environment as well as the companies, which make our economy and society thrive.
Locally, we, the Conservatives in Rudersdal, aim to protect our distinct communities, our unique nature and the cultural heritage, which is a daily blessing to us. More specifically we seek to secure our elderly a decent and respectful old age, as well as state-of-the-art day-care centres and education for our children. In the next four years we plan to establish a local, yet international school for children (with English as the primary language).
To achieve these goals we intend to improve our local “domestic” economy. For years the public agenda has sprouted all sorts of initiatives, some creative other less productive. A common denominator has been the allocation of resources to numerous and curious, yet not always fruitful projects. For us, the time has come to do a proper audit and rethink the way in which we prioritise. As part of this process, we aim to try and locate ways in which we can instigate a lowering of the taxes paid on the land, upon which we have built our houses and homes (“grundskylden”).
A vote for the Conservative People’s Party in Rudersdal in the local elections 2017 helps us towards a caring community marked by decency, honesty, empathy, concern and common sense.
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About the photo:
Rygaard is and old Danish farm lying in the middle of “Søllerød Naturpark”, preserved through the effort of Conservative politicians in the second half of the 20th century.