, eye-to-eye rule, Together recognizable – there were lofty goals, which have committed themselves to the Partner of the SPD, Left and Greens in the year 2016. The first three Alliance in the city at all, as they emphasize today - is clear that it can stutter sometimes.
Because it is stuck currently to be called only the construction sites of the Interior, education, and rent policy, met the group of peaks of the three parties on Friday evening to the top round. The occasion was the group exam of the Left in Rheinberg. There it had been given in the General debate is already intense criticism of the lack of each other in the coalition.
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On Friday evening, the Common dominated. Much had been achieved, the marketing of the own success should be better, the group pointed to an agreement. But there was also criticism. Too often, the common line is missing "" said the Left-group leader Carola Bluhm.
your faction and counterpart, Udo Wolf criticized: "In the Subtext is the question: Who wins in the end is always running." He urged the coalition partners to put an end to indiscretions, such as the piercing of information from confidential rounds, because there is no "a confidential space within the coalition". "The common Agenda forward, it is too bad," said the Wolf.daily mirror people for Free order
The two Green-headed women, Antje Kapek, and Silke Gebel, with the completion of the coalition agreement by 2016 for the first time in Government, the fall, joined. "Opposition there is in this town, actually, even the red-Red-Green better," said Kapek and do not met so that only the actual opposition factions of the CDU, FDP and the AfD.
"can Treat falls into a love triangle harder," said Kapek more and complained: "games are always difficult". Gebel noted "the dispute is part of well-fortified democracy" and welcomed, in this context, the debate about the expropriation of large real estate companies such as Deutsche Wohnen. As a result, a debate room was opened, was by then in sight, said Gebel. "We need to get this city out of the rent crisis, and are United in the goal but differ as to the instruments."
Saleh: the dispute does not harm
Raed Saleh, the sole leader of the SPD, what could be about to change next Tuesday with the re-election of the group Executive Board, was open to criticism. The fact that the SPD discussed the issue of appointment of teachers, although it is not planned introduction in the coalition agreement. Or the fact that the Reform of the General security and order act (ASOG) is not progressing, because the social Democrats wants to negotiate new measures, which reject the Left and the Green.
"We were at the ASOG already," said Saleh, knowing that one of the most vocal critics of the negotiation course of his party, the Left-inner politician Niklas Schrader, attentive listening. With a view on the internal political Streithemen Saleh said: "the dispute is damaging, as long as he is fair and internally held. It makes for friction, which is in the end a positive effect for the coalition.“ On a conciliatory note, he added: "It is worthwhile to wrestle, because we are in the end different parties."
the Fact that you want to continue this common struggle through the 2021 end of term, were all on the Podium, gathered no doubt. "Five years is not enough. We need to win more time and with a view to 2021, to be able to in addition, policy design,“ said Silke Gebel.
With a view to the expected in the same year, to be held election to the Bundestag, she added: "We have rising poll numbers for our coalition and is also a need for the Federal government to change. Red-red-Green in Berlin, the beam must have power for the Federal government.“ Carola Bluhm, added: "All are agreed on the lack of alternatives of their own coalition."
CDU: coalition wants a Plan
A set, the Burkard Dregger, parliamentary leader of the CDU in the house of representatives, are not. In response to the round of the group tips, he explained: "red-Red-Green has no Plan, fragmented, and together clinging." He criticised the failings of the housing, transport and education policy, as well as in the equipment of the security forces. "The Berliners have lost the confidence", says Dregger.