Merkel reacts relenting on the ‘future plan’ SPD-rival Schulz
Chancellor Angela Merkel has Sunday unhurried reaction to the “future plan” of her SPD rival, Martin Schulz. It wants more social justice in Germany, improvements in the labour market and greater investments in infrastructure and schools.
In an interview on the television channel ARD picked up the leader of the CDU, her opponent in the Bondsdagverkiezingen in september is not hard to.
Merkel said that money isn’t the problem with the proposed increase of the government spending. “The planning is going slowly. We can the money that is not spend,” she said, referring to the reservations that have already been done.
Ruling party CDU/CSU calls its program for the accelerated execution of the plans and the major projects given priority by the procedures to reduce. Which run across too many disks. Merkel, if she is re-elected, be prepared for at least a third of the additional income for the rich to invest. “It can also be more.”
In the circle keeps the chancellor stuck to its refugee policy, is also an important point for the SPD. It suggests an upper limit for the number of refugees, such as the Bavarian sister CSU wants. “My stance in this is clear: I won’t accept it.” She finds such an arrangement is not necessary, because with the direction and approach of the reasons why people flee the influx may be limited.
Merkel spoke out for the stop with the field of lignite mining in Germany to the emissions of CO2 dramatically reduce. They want to be fast with the regions concerned, are going to talk about alternative employment opportunities.