SPD leader Saskia Esken called for an expansion of digital education in the run-up to the school summit on Monday evening in the Chancellery.
Category: Domestic Politics
Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn (CDU) expects a black-green alliance to benefit society after the next federal election.
FDP parliamentary deputy Alexander Graf Lambsdorff fears after the death of the US constitutional judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg that the Republicans will settle their succession before the presidential election in November.
The director of the Institut der Deutschen Wirtschaft (IW), Michael Hüther, is critical of all of the possible candidates for chancellor from the CDU and CSU for the upcoming federal election.
SPD leader Norbert Walter-Borjans reacted to revelations about the failure of banks to combat money laundering by calling for penalties to be tightened.
FDP chairman Christian Lindner apologized for the "unsuccessful" adoption of FDP general secretary Linda Teuteberg at the party conference in Berlin.
CDU chairman Friedrich Merz has expressed concern that too many Germans have got used to a "life without work" as a result of the corona crisis.
The conflict researcher Andreas Zick has asked the police to analyze racist and right-wing extremist conspicuousness.
CDU chairman Friedrich Merz believes FDP leader Christian Lindner's criticism of the GroKo's economic and financial policy is partially justified.
The new Senator for Urban Development and Housing in Berlin, Sebastian Scheel (left), has expressed understanding for the popular initiative to expropriate large private housing companies in the capital.
Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn (CDU) presented the Federal Cabinet with the draft of a “law to improve health care and nursing”, which is intended to create thousands of additional jobs for nursing assistants.
The federal chairman of the Union's SME and Business Association, Carsten Linnemann (CDU), recalled the special advantages of being employed at the federal, state and local levels in times of crisis in view of the impending strikes in the public sector.
The CDU social wing CDA wants to relieve people financially in long-term care.
Before the school summit this Monday in the Chancellery, teacher representatives are calling for more action from the federal and state governments to combat the shortage of teachers in German schools: Politicians should not focus exclusively on the problems of digitization, said Udo Beckmann, chairman of the education and training teachers' union ( VBE), the newspapers of the Funke media group (Monday editions).
IG Metall boss Jörg Hofmann accuses industrial groups like Conti or Schaeffler of using the corona crisis as an excuse.
Munich Airport spent almost a quarter of a billion euros on the construction of its third runway, which has now been put on hold.
Green leader Robert Habeck has criticized the Bavarian state government for its negative attitude towards the search for a nuclear waste repository.
The new voluntary military service in the Bundeswehr's homeland security apparently attracts an above-average number of minors.