Category: Domestic politics
Tübingen's Lord Mayor Boris Palmer (Greens) must fear exclusion from the party.
Tübingen's Lord Mayor Boris Palmer (Greens) is again causing trouble for the Greens.
Federal Labor Minister Hubertus Heil (SPD) wants to ensure more legal security for workers in the so-called “platform economy” before the federal election.
The Federal Schoolchildren's Conference urges a quick return to face-to-face teaching.
The chairman of the Union of Victims' Associations of Communist Tyranny (UOKG), Dieter Dombrowski, urges an early decision on the future representative of the Bundestag for the victims of the SED regime.
Green boss Robert Habeck has spoken out in favor of enabling local rental price limits.
The Union's candidate for chancellor and CDU chairman Armin Laschet does not expect Markus Söder to enter the federal cabinet in the event of an election victory.
Green leader Robert Habeck believes a left alliance after the federal election is possible.
Union Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet (CDU) excludes a return to his post as NRW Prime Minister after the federal election.
The costs of short-time work are driving the deficit of the Federal Employment Agency (BA) to ever new heights.
With Baden-Württemberg, another federal state has distanced itself from the promise of the Federal Minister of Health that the vaccination prioritization for the Astrazeneca's corona vaccine has allegedly "completely" been lifted.
In the case of the alleged author of the right-wing extremist "NSU 2.0" threatening letter series d, new details become known.
Hildegard Müller, President of the Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), has criticized the federal government's stricter climate protection goals and the planned revision of the Climate Protection Act with a view to the upcoming transformation of the automotive industry.
In contrast to schools, there are no face-to-face events at German universities and colleges in the current summer semester, with a few exceptions.
The Union wants to react to the falsification of vaccination certificates with tougher penalties.
In around 450 cases in the current legislative period, federal civil servants mainly carried out paid secondary employment in private companies.
The gradual increase in the retirement age to 67 years means that a growing proportion of the population no longer experiences the retirement age.
When it comes to increased climate protection, the SPD insists that higher heating costs due to rising CO2 prices have to be paid by the landlords and not by the tenants in Germany.
The German District Association has warned against questioning the communal vaccination centers.
SPD health expert Karl Lauterbach expects an exponentially falling corona incidence in a few weeks.
A diplomatic crisis between Morocco and the federal government leads to a standstill in cooperation between the security authorities in both countries.
Politicians from the Union, SPD and FDP criticize a paper by the Green Youth on the “reorganization of the police”, in which the German police are generalized in connection with “misanthropic ideologies”.
The chairman of the Left, Janine Wissler, has pleaded for climate neutrality by 2035 following the latest ruling by the Federal Constitutional Court on the Climate Protection Act.
The SPD wants to stop the animal welfare label from Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner (CDU) in the Bundestag.
Contrary to popular belief, voting decisions by citizens do not depend crucially on the milieus to which they belong or on the lifestyles to which they follow.
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