Denmark has lashed out against the EU's plan to establish a minimum wage, arguing it would undermine a national labor-market model that's popular with unions and employers
Same here in Sweden. But since they are fighting to destroy the old model internally I guess they don't have much time stopping the EU from wrecking it too.
IF the EU push it through that means that many countries, like Denmark and Sweden need to rewrite their system of labour laws, workers protections etc as the wage system is tied to the same process. Which is around 100 years of labour practice to get thrown out.