Danish authorities permeated with ‘radical leftist political ideology’

The author of the communication K. L. is a Danish citizen of Swedish descent, born on 28 November 1945. He directs his complaints against various public officials, municipal and State authorities from several branches of Government in Denmark on the ground, that they have persistently subjected him to discrimination, because of his ethnic, religious and national background and for political reasons, the Danish authorities being allegedly permeated with radical leftist political ideology and consequently holding persons like the author, who do not claim to hold left-wing political convictions, in disfavour.  The details of his various complaints can be seen in the document attached. Since he was unsatisfied with the handling of his case by the Danish authorities, a complaint was sent to CCPR.

The Human Rights Committee only examined the author’s claims insofar as they are alleged to reveal breaches by the State party of the provisions of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The Committee has no competence to examine alleged violations of other international instruments. The Human Rights Committee, therefore, decides that the communication is inadmissible.

24. March 2020

CCPR 59/1979
  • Decision: 26. March 1980
  • Comm: Human Rights