No “exceptional situation”: Merz rejects CSU chancellor candidates

The fight for chairmanship of the CDU has not yet been decided. But one thing is clear from candidate Friedrich Merz: He is against the candidacy of a CSU politician for chancellor. Earlier cases were “exceptional situations”, but they do not currently exist.

The applicant for the CDU chairmanship, Friedrich Merz, has spoken out against a CSU candidate for chancellor of the Union. In 1980 and 2002, the union with a CSU politician entered the federal election because this wanted a majority in the CDU, said Merz in Hildesheim at an event of the Junge Union Niedersachsen.

However, he described this as an exceptional situation because the CDU did not trust itself to be the candidate for chancellor at the time. “Quite frankly: I do not see such a situation for 2020,” emphasized Merz, who competed in the election of the CDU chief at the beginning of December against the North Rhine-Westphalian Prime Minister Armin Laschet and the foreign politician Norbert Röttgen.

Merz received applause from the JU delegates for this comment. It remains that the new CDU chairman will then agree with the CSU boss who will run for the Union in the election, said Merz. He has “great respect” for the CSU, and the combination of sister parties ensures that the Union has the opportunity to cover a very broad spectrum of voters. There are many voters in Lower Saxony who “grudgingly” voted for the CDU because there is the CSU in Bavaria. “But there are just as many CSU voters in Bavaria who grudgingly vote for the CSU because the CDU exists in the rest of the republic,” added Merz.

The Union must preserve this “treasure” of appearing together. ”The background to this is the debate as to whether CSU boss Markus Söder could also be Union candidate for chancellor because, in surveys, he was ahead of the three applicants for the CDU chairmanship Most recently he emphasized several times that his place was in Bavaria, but there is still speculation that he might seek the Union’s candidacy for chancellor.

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Reul: Police officers should visit Nazi memorials

NAfter the discovery of right-wing extremist chat groups in the North Rhine-Westphalian police, State Interior Minister Herbert Reul wants to encourage the police to visit Nazi memorials as part of training courses. “As a former teacher, I know that such visits bring much more than 100 lessons of civics,” said the CDU politician to the “Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger”. Reul expects that it will be “very hard work” to rebuild lost trust in the police. But this is important, “because there must not be the slightest doubt about the rule of law and constitutional loyalty of the police,” said the minister.

Reul was skeptical about demands for a scientific investigation of right-wing extremism among the police. He is not fundamentally against the inclusion of scientific expertise. “But I also don’t want to play the game of those scientists whose business model apparently consists of getting on TV or in the newspaper with ready-made theses critical of the police,” he said in support of the statement. The chairman of the Federal Immigration and Integration Council, Mehmet Kilic, however, joined demands for a nationwide study. This could not be left to individual federal states, said the former Green member of the Bundestag on Deutschlandfunk.

30 police officers in North Rhine-Westphalia are currently being investigated because they are said to have exchanged right-wing extremist propaganda in private WhatsApp chat groups. All suspects are said to have connections to the Mülheim an der Ruhr police station. Reul has announced “radical” education and the appointment of a special envoy to develop strategies to combat right-wing extremist tendencies in the police.

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Reul: Police officers should visit Nazi memorials

NAfter the discovery of right-wing extremist chat groups in the North Rhine-Westphalian police, State Interior Minister Herbert Reul wants to encourage the police to visit Nazi memorials as part of training courses. “As a former teacher, I know that such visits bring much more than 100 lessons of civics,” said the CDU politician to the “Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger”. Reul expects that it will be “very hard work” to rebuild lost trust in the police. But this is important, “because there must not be the slightest doubt about the rule of law and constitutional loyalty of the police,” said the minister.

Reul was skeptical about demands for a scientific investigation of right-wing extremism among the police. He is not fundamentally against the inclusion of scientific expertise. “But I also don’t want to play the game of those scientists whose business model apparently consists of getting on TV or in the newspaper with ready-made theses critical of the police,” he said in support of the statement. The chairman of the Federal Immigration and Integration Council, Mehmet Kilic, however, joined demands for a nationwide study. This could not be left to individual federal states, said the former Green member of the Bundestag on Deutschlandfunk.

30 police officers in North Rhine-Westphalia are currently being investigated because they are said to have exchanged right-wing extremist propaganda in private WhatsApp chat groups. All suspects are said to have connections to the Mülheim an der Ruhr police station. Reul has announced “radical” education and the appointment of a special envoy to develop strategies to combat right-wing extremist tendencies in the police.

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Hirte is the new chairman of the Thuringian CDU

Christian Hirte, Member of the Bundestag from West Thuringia, is the new chairman of the Thuringian CDU. He was elected at a party congress on Saturday in Erfurt with around 68 percent of the delegate’s votes. There was no opponent. The previous head of the national association of Christian Democrats, Mike Mohring, did not run again.

In his application speech, Hirte had called on the party to unity. A signal must be sent that “the CDU is pulling together again”. At the same time, shepherd distinguished himself from the AfD and the left. The CDU has nothing to do with the AfD from right wing winger Björn Höcke, who pursues a nationalist-racist policy, said Hirte. And the left, for which not Prime Minister Bodo Ramelow, but the more radical state chairman Susanne Hennig-Wellsow stands, wants a system change in contrast to the CDU. Shepherd said further that in order not to be rubbed again between the left and AfD, the CDU must make its design claims clearer than before.

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Reul: Police officers should visit Nazi memorials

NAfter the discovery of right-wing extremist chat groups in the North Rhine-Westphalian police, State Interior Minister Herbert Reul wants to encourage the police to visit Nazi memorials as part of training courses. “As a former teacher, I know that such visits bring much more than 100 lessons of civics,” said the CDU politician to the “Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger”. Reul expects that it will be “very hard work” to rebuild lost trust in the police. But this is important, “because there must not be the slightest doubt about the rule of law and constitutional loyalty of the police,” said the minister.

Reul was skeptical about demands for a scientific investigation of right-wing extremism among the police. He is not fundamentally against the inclusion of scientific expertise. “But I also don’t want to play the game of those scientists whose business model apparently consists of getting on TV or in the newspaper with ready-made theses critical of the police,” he said in support of the statement. The chairman of the Federal Immigration and Integration Council, Mehmet Kilic, however, joined demands for a nationwide study. This could not be left to individual federal states, said the former Green member of the Bundestag on Deutschlandfunk.

30 police officers in North Rhine-Westphalia are currently being investigated because they are said to have exchanged right-wing extremist propaganda in private WhatsApp chat groups. All suspects are said to have connections to the Mülheim an der Ruhr police station. Reul has announced “radical” education and the appointment of a special envoy to develop strategies to combat right-wing extremist tendencies in the police.

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Multifunctional hall in Frankfurt: Arena-Aus with announcement

Wow does someone feel who has worked for five years on a project that ultimately fails? If you want to find out more, you can contact the Frankfurt sports department Markus Frank (CDU) ask – but also everyone else who has campaigned for a multifunctional arena at the Kaiserlei for years.

The whole thing was supposed to be a beacon of intermunicipal cooperation between Frankfurt and Offenbach. A premium location for medium-sized concerts. And a modern home arena for the often neglected professional sports basketball and ice hockey even more.

The rejection comes with an announcement

Perdu. After the surprising withdrawal of the bidder, who had long been preferred by the city, in mid-May, with whom all points had been negotiated, it is now clear: The second bidder in the award procedure, AEG – Anschutz Entertainment Group, will not build a hall at the Kaiserlei either.

However, this rejection comes with an announcement. Because right from the start, Anschutz saw an arena as an attractant for extensive leisure and shopping opportunities on the city limits. The city of Frankfurt referred to the planning law that opposed this. Offenbach also complained massively because it feared more traffic and strong competition with retailers in its own city center.

Difficult times for the sports clubs affected

Anschutz might have been prepared to forego part of the “shell development”, but the company refused to completely revise it. Understandably. After all, after five years, a new start in such uncertain times for any organizer would again have resulted in high planning costs. Sports director Frank only wanted to approve the construction of the urgently requested hall.

That was not how business could be done. The affected sports clubs in particular are now facing difficult times. You can only hope for a consortium around a Canadian investor who wants to build a huge hall at the airport. In any case, the politicians shouldn’t waste a lot of time again for the further tendering of a just crashing failed multifunctional arena.

No bankruptcy without a bright spot. After the final end at the Kaiserlei, the city can now seriously consider a new location for the European School.

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Corona shock – Historical tax slump in Bavaria – Domestic politics

Corona pushes Bavaria into the tax hole!

The tax leader among the federal states has to reckon with a huge drop in income: This year and next, the Free State is heading for an unprecedented slump in tax income due to the corona crisis.

For 2020 alone, the tax estimate assumes a decrease of around 4.2 billion euros compared to the estimate last autumn!

Bavaria’s Finance Minister Albert Füracker (52, CSU): “The situation remains a great challenge. The latest estimates also show that we can expect a massive decline in tax revenues this year and next. It is becoming apparent that the next few years will be even more difficult than expected. “

Already in May, Bavaria had predicted tax losses of more than ten billion euros by 2022. It is now becoming even clearer that the financial consequences of the pandemic are likely to get much worse.

Bavaria is by no means alone with the poor tax forecast. The Federal Ministry of Finance announced on Thursday in Berlin that the federal, state and local governments will have to manage with 19.6 billion euros less tax income than expected in May in 2021 alone.

For Bavaria, which has been the number one tax revenue among the federal states for many years, it is historically the worst tax estimate.

For comparison: After the outbreak of the financial crisis, the estimated drop in revenue between autumn 2008 and May 2009 amounted to around 1.5 billion euros.

At least this year, the holes in the state budget and the billion-dollar aid programs due to the Corona crisis should be compensated for with new debts. The state parliament approved a debt of up to 20 billion euros this year.

It is unclear whether Bavaria, like the federal government, will have to suspend the debt brake anchored in the constitution in the coming year due to the poor forecast.

After the government around Prime Minister Markus Söder (53, CSU) has been advocating an offensive investment policy since the beginning of the crisis and rejecting a rigid austerity course, also out of concern about the consequences for the economy, the next double budget should not be able to cope without new debts.

The Free State benefits from the fact that it enjoys a high reputation with lenders and therefore receives very good conditions for money lending on the financial market. Just a few days ago, the rating agency “Standard & Poor’s” had again certified Bavaria with the top rating “AAA / A-1 +” with a stable outlook. It is the only state with the highest rating.

The reasons for this are Bavaria’s considerable reserves, the great economic power and the comparatively low debt in relation to the number of inhabitants. At the end of 2019, Bavaria was in the chalk with donors with around 27 billion euros.

The tax assessment working group actually meets twice a year, in spring and autumn. Because the effects of the corona pandemic were still difficult to assess in spring, this extraordinary meeting was postponed for September. This should make it easier to plan the budget for the coming years. Bavaria’s state government has to submit the double budget for the next two years to the state parliament for a decision this year.

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Corona ticker: Kekule requests permission for corona self-tests

Opposition with reservations to Steinmeier’s proposal for a Corona memorial hour

Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has met with reservations with his idea of ​​a central commemoration ceremony for the victims of the corona pandemic. Parliamentary President Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU) had asked for the proposal to be made more concrete, but now the Bundestag Vice-Presidents Petra Pau (left) and Claudia Roth (green) have openly expressed concerns.

“You can do that at a later date. But at the moment I don’t think that’s particularly useful, ”Pau told the editorial network Germany (RND). Currently, only 25 percent of the elected MPs are likely to be in the plenary hall due to the corona. “We should therefore talk about it again when the time comes.” The left-wing politician spoke out in favor of including those “who have mastered the pandemic, that is, nurses”.

Roth called it right to commemorate the victims and to express sympathy. However, she was surprised at the timing of Steinmeier’s proposal, “because we are still in the middle of the pandemic”. The Green politician recalled that hospital staff, nurses, educators, cashiers and the staff of the health authorities deserved very specific thanks. They kept society together in the most difficult times and “deserve not only symbolic gestures of recognition, but also serious and sustainable economic and socio-political participation”.

Support for Steinmeier’s advance, however, came from Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU): “The many victims of Corona deserve that we pause and remember them,” Söder told the RND. I extend my deepest sympathy to their families. At the same time, you have to take care of everyone who has got into suffering, hardship and loneliness due to Corona. “A memorial service can help us remember it more often.”

Bundestag Vice President Thomas Oppermann (SPD) was also positive. “A memorial event for the deceased could comfort the relatives,” Oppermann told the RND. “But it should also encourage everyone, because the Corona crisis is a depressing experience for many with its health risks, economic worries and restrictions on personal freedoms.”

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Altmaier gives the go-ahead for green steel from Duisburg

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Economics minister promises Thyssenkrupp a subsidy for climate-neutral steel production. Regardless of who owns the steel division in the future.

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Investigations against troublemakers during Spahn’s visit – Minister booed

In Wuppertal, two people who are said to have disrupted a performance by Health Minister Jens Spahn were reported for coercion. Investigations are also ongoing against other troublemakers.

The police are investigating a woman (22) and a man (29) who are performing Minister of Health Jens Spahn (CDU) in Wuppertal should have bothered. The two had blocked Spahn’s car on Monday and were reported for coercion, a police spokesman told the German press agency on Wednesday.

The authorities are also investigating an unregistered meeting against unknown persons: According to the police, initially around 20, later around 50 People found who protested loudly against Spahn’s Corona policy. According to the information, they had a megaphone and whistles with them, as in a normal demo.

The Wuppertal CDU, which Spahn had invited, filed a complaint, according to the police, because of all offenses in question. The CDU also announced that it would “shortly want to hold talks with the police president about personal protection issues at events like this one.” In fact, the police are currently preparing their operations themselves: there were initially only two officers on site, according to the authority’s spokesman on Wednesday – as well as employees of the public order office and Spahn’s bodyguard. Even if there was no direct threat to Spahn, more forces will be used in the future. According to the police, no one else was injured.

On Internet videos – like the one above – you can see how Spahn is vocalized, among other things. According to the “Westdeutscher Zeitung”, the minister said “That one yells at the other is not the kind of discussion that gets us further in the end.” The appearance, which was actually planned on a square, was ultimately moved to a nearby CDU office.

A few hours later it came in Dortmund to another incident: A man stood in the already open door of Spahn’s car and did not let him get in while he was reading something from a note. A video from “Bild.de” shows how Police finally grab the man and carry him away. In this case, according to the Dortmund police, no complaint was filed. The situation was resolved “communicatively”.

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