Greens want to keep nuclear power plants in the reserve for longer
Bonn. With regard to the longer use of nuclear power plants, the Greens have strengthened their back on their Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck. Two of the three remaining should remain in the reserve for a few more months. The Greens set tight limits to the willingness to compromise while the FDP warns of stop signs. © Kay Nietfeld Ricarda Lang, Federal Chairman of Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, speaks to the delegates at the Greens federal party conference.
© Andrea Jaksch FDP politician from the district and beyond, the invitation of Britta Hundenrügge (from left): Dr. Dominik Spitzer, Albert Duin, Rudolph Haux, Wolfgang Heubisch, Markus Deschler, Dr. Ajay Singh, Cedric Muth and Willi Boneberger.
Landkreis-FDP as strong as ever before
candidate Britta Hundenrügge sees the annual financial statements of the district council FDP in the Klostergasthof Andechs as a success.
District/Andechs-Around 40 liberals accepted the invitation of the district FDP yesterday morning at the annual financial statements in the Klostergasthof Andechs. “This is the first time that our annual financial statements will take place in presence again since pandemic. I am pleased that so many guests came. The interest was not that high for a long time, ”said Landtag candidate Britta Hundenrügge and also welcomed Andechs’ Mayor Georg Scheitz (CSU). “We are both deputy district councilors and I have to say that the collaboration works great. This year we are still sitting together at the beer table, but maybe next year at the cabinet table. Maybe that's the omen of Andechs. ”
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Ricarda Lang calls for the Liberals in the nuclear dispute on ZDF. The reserve operation of two southern German nuclear power plants planned by Economics Minister Habeck is "already a compromise offer" of her party. © Catherina Hess Experts worries about the supply of natural gas in the coming winter. • Green co-boss Ricarda Lang demands more willingness to compromise from the FDP in the dispute over the continued operation of the nuclear power plants.
The chairman of the district council FDP, Willi Boneberger, reported briefly about the year 2022 and the work in the district council. "This year was a tough year, both for the population and for municipal households." The postponement of the large-scale projects FOS new construction and general renovation of the Tutzing grammar school was not easy, "however, we are all the more proud that our project is to build the construction of the Herrschings high school was realized - albeit more expensive than expected, ”says Boneberger.
FDP in the district as large than ever - almost in all municipal councils
Hundenrügge gave an outlook on the coming year in her speech, in which the district and state elections are in focus. “We don't just want to be re -elected, we want to go to the government. We can do that when we look into the future with courage and not with fear, ”said dog crumb. With 277 members, the FDP in the district is more strong than ever. "We are represented in almost all municipal councils as well as in the city council and in the district council."
nuclear dispute: Scholz 'Power word becomes the traffic light sample
there is still it. Chancellor Olaf Scholz made his power word listen to the nuclear dispute. The chimney between the coalition partners FDP and the Greens forced the head of government on Monday, October 17, 2022, to hit the table with their fist and end the smoldering twist by decree. © Picture Alliance/dpa/dpa Pool Chancellor Olaf Scholz, here on May 4, 2022, spoke to Economics Minister Robert Habeck (left) and finance minister Christian Lindner (right) a word of power.
the guest of honor, Dr. Dominik Spitzer, who is the health policy spokesman for the FDP parliamentary group and runs a doctor's office in Kempten, gave a lecture on health care and care. "These two aspects are all busy, unfortunately there is a lot in the Argen." The fact that the health system works so well is surprising. Because “in 2023, 80 percent of hospitals in Bavaria are deficient. If we continue like this, there will be a hospital death that is second to none ”. Health policy must be seen and changed holistically. It could not be that a few gaps are stuffed here and there. Digitization is dramatic, among other things. “Nothing has changed for years. There are neither e-recipes nor an electronic medical record. ”
The care system in Bavaria compared Spitzer to a sick tree. "The youngsters are missing and many specialists are looking for a different profession." Something must be changed here too. LF
Günther for longer operation of nuclear power plants .
Schleswig-Holstein's Prime Minister Daniel Günther has spoken in favor of extending the terms of the remaining nuclear power plants again. "I thought that was wrong beforehand to limit that to April," said the CDU politician at RTL/NTV early start on Wednesday. It shouldn't be about ideology at the moment. "So I think it is right to further extend the extension in order not to rule out anything and to survive the winter 2023/24 really well." © Marcus Brandt/dpa Daniel Günther (CDU), Prime Minis