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on Volker Bouffier follows Boris Rhein
in the Hessian state government there is a change in spring. This has an impact on the work of the black and green coalition.
In the end, he even gets five more votes than the black and green coalition has. On May 31, it is a Tuesday, Boris Rhein (CDU) will be elected as the new Prime Minister in the Hessian state parliament of 74 of the 137 MPs.
For Boris Rhein, the choice means the highlight of his previous political career. The lawyer from Frankfurt, who has already been a member of the economy in his hometown, member of the state parliament, State Secretary, Interior Minister and since the beginning of 2019, made it to the Hessian State Chancellery. You notice Rhein after the election how sincerely it is happy. The 50-year-old is always jovially and friendly, but on this day he really shines. The great trust overwhelms him, he says in his first speech.
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What for Boris Rhein, who had lost the runoff election to the Mayor of Frankfurt against the Social Democrat Peter Feldmann in March 2012 and was already written off by some observers, a step of a career, is a greater change for political Wiesbaden than one thinks at first could. Volker Bouffier, the long-time Prime Minister, designer of the first black and green alliance, resigns from the political stage. The choice of Boris Rhein also stands for a generation change in the CDU and the Christian Democrat: Inside, proud of how calm and without real breaks it has succeeded.
The change in the state chancellery does not work without any difficulties. On the first day of his tenure, Rhein, the recently hapless Minister of Justice Eva Kühne-Hörmann (CDU) replaces it and replaces them with Roman Poseck, the President of the Frankfurt Higher Regional Court and the State Court. The top lawyer is still a bit difficult in political business. And for still someone, Rheins election has consequences: Interior Minister Peter Beuth (CDU), who had probably flirted with the State Chancellery, announces his retreat from state politics.
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Also for the black and green state government, the new constellation brings changes. In political Wiesbaden it can be heard soon, his office is different from that of his predecessor. Rhine foxes less into every legislative detail, leave the minister: more legroom inside. At the same time, he tends to monologize less than a bouffier, which shortens all sessions.
Something is happening in daily cooperation: While black and green has always stood for almost boring silent government work since 2014, for a coalition in which all conflicts were held behind closed doors, irritation and public disputes now occur. When the new Minister of Justice Poseck and Minister of the Interior Beuth in November with the proposal to expand the data retention, Greens parliamentary group leader Mathias Wagner publicly speaks of a "strange process". It crunches between the CDU and the Greens, which is not surprising one year before the next state election. Environment Minister Priska Hinz and Minister of Social Affairs Kai Klose also no longer want to compete.
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ever, the state election. In a way, Rhein is a prime minister in the election campaign right from the start. The fact that Bouffier has ceded in the ongoing legislative period had the main reason to give his successor the chance of an office bonus. When the state parliament in December debates the budget for 2023 and 2024, Rhein is a good testimony for the first six months. Meanwhile, the opposition does not leave good hair on the state government. SPD parliamentary group leader Günter Rudolph calls black and green a "standstill coalition". The election campaign has already opened almost a year before the state election.
Whether black and green has existed, whether Boris Rhein remains head of government, will decide after the state election in autumn 2023. The self-confident Greens have already proclaimed a “three-way battle” for the State Chancellery, they send Minister of Economics Tarek Al-Wazir into the race as top candidates. The SPD has not yet committed itself, it only wants to announce in February 2023 whether Federal Interior Minister Nancy Faeser returns to Hesse than her candidate.
Rhein and Bouffier as witnesses in the Lübcke committee awaits
in the committee of inquiry to murder the Kassel regional president Walter Lübcke, Hesse's Prime Minister Boris Rhein (CDU) is expected on January 20 as a witness in the state parliament. On February 23, the surveys of the former Hessian Prime Minister Volker Bouffier and Interior Minister Peter Beuth (both CDU) were planned, as the committee chairman Christian Heinz informed the dpa news agency on request. "After the questioning of these witnesses, the taking of evidence could be concluded." ©
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explosion after a scree output: Releasing the B9 planned .
After the scree output in the Middle Rhine Valley between Bacharach and Oberwesel, specialists have blown away further loose rock on Wednesday. This should prevent boulders from falling onto the left bank of the Rhine and the parallel federal road 9. "After the blast on the slope necessary today, the work for stabilization as part of the slope protection by the external specialist company is now carried out," said Deutsche Bahn.