US: JOMITY ARECTION AREAS TO RASIVE COMMENTY BORD AT

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The parity overall association has called up the federal and state governments for a quick agreement in the citizens' allowance. "We expect rapid decisions in the interests of those affected," said general manager Ulrich Schneider to the daily newspapers "Stuttgarter Zeitung" and "Stuttgarter Nachrichten" (Tuesday).

Eine Frau hält Geldscheine und Münzen in der Hand. © Daniel Karmann/dpa/symbol image A woman holds banknotes and coins in her hand.

"Anyone who does not act quickly and consistently now accepts that poverty continues to rise and that people's need increases," Schneider told the newspapers. After all, it is about the constitutionally required protection of the subsistence minimum.

The citizens' allowance planned by the traffic light coalition had not been able to prevail in the decisive vote in the Federal Council on Monday. At a special meeting, several countries under the leadership or participation of the Union voted or abstained. The yes votes were not enough to pave the way for the planned entry into force on January 1, 2023.

The parity is a welfare association of independent organizations, institutions and groups that do social work for others or as self -help.

In the port of Antwerp: Too much cocaine, more enough incinerators to destroy it .
© Thierry Monasse/Getty Images Belgium no longer manages to cope with the endemic trafficking in cocaine. To the point that the authorities of the flat country are concerned with insufficient incineration capacities to destroy this drug. "There is a problem of capacity of the incinerators," a spokesperson for Belgian customs, confirming information published in the Flemish press, told AFP. However, "a structural solution is on the right track", according to this spokesperson, Francis Adyns .

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