Pia Kjærsgaard of the DPP said that the new rules will prevent uneducated, veiled women (DA) from Pakistan, Somalia etc from coming to Denmark.
Via Copenhagen Post:
Government and support party agree on tightening immigration policy
The immigration policy is to become ”modernised,” with special attention to the 24 year rule.
The rule, which states that immigrants must be at least 24 years old to get their spouse into the country, is now being supplemented by a points system. The aim is to make it easier for qualified people to come into the country and harder for those who fail to meet the requirements.