The Greens are calling for binding measures for the protection of the climate. On the edge of their winter retreat, Katharina Schulze also commented on a photo, which was shortly after new year's eve excitement.By Andreas glass, Regensburg
To kick off your winter retreat, country tags-Green have made the Plan of the state government, the climate protection in the Constitution, to conditions. "Climate protection only as a word in the Constitution is not enough for us," said group chief Ludwig Hartmann on Wednesday in Regensburg, where the deputies days to Friday. As conditions Hartmann called such as the faster switch to renewable energies and a 365-Euro-Ticket for public transport in the whole of Bavaria. For your proposed amendment to the Constitution of the coalition of CSU and the Free voters requires a two-thirds majority in the Parliament and has to rely on the votes of other groups.
In addition, the Green retreat of the European elections on may 26. May. It is a matter, "that the forces need to be strengthened, and the clear Pro-European course," said Co-group leader Katharina Schulze. This course, under the Green of the CSU, "which speaks on the subject of Europe with a forked tongue vagina". For the completion of the exam on Friday, Schulze announced a Green-application for the issue of Europe. It will not again demand the abolition of the Bavarian border police, the "for a United Europe, but for nationalism." In addition, the Greens call for a stronger contribution of Bavaria for the fulfilment of the Paris climate protection agreement.
At the edge of the first exam day, said Schulze also to the criticism of a photo that she had posted shortly after new year's eve on the Internet. She holds a disposable ice cream sundae velvet plastic spoons in Hand. Many Internet users had accused then double standards on the subject of the protection of the environment - also because the photo was taken on a long-distance trip to California. At the retreat, Schulze pointed out that it had been for ten years in the United States, although they have a close relationship with the people. You've studied there and campaign for the former US-President Barack Obama made. It was "important to maintain these contacts right now", since nationalism is increasing. The criticism is countered Schulze with a quote of the Federal party leaders Robert Habeck: "We don't need better people, but better policy."