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Debate on the Berlin-review : Opposition accuses Müller to ignore the citizens wishes

The debate about the benefits and challenges of the German capital continues. The parliamentary leader of the CDU in the house of representatives, Burkard Dregger, has accused the Governing mayor Michael Müller (SPD) on Sunday to ignore the needs of the citizens. "Our city does not work to many Places, see housing, overcrowded buses and trains, a lack of day-care centres and educators, Waiting for parents' money and an appointment in the civil or registry office," said Dregger to the daily mirror.

Mueller had previously reversed in a daily mirror Interview on the fierce Berlin-the criticism of the tübingen-based counterpart, Boris Palmer (Green). The Green politicians had declared that he had the sense to leave the "working part of Germany", when he arrived in the capital. In Berlin, flap, nothing, said Palmer, referring to crime, drugs and abject poverty. In an Interview with the daily mirror, Müller had, once again, against the allegations to the military: "What Boris Palmer says, is free of any expertise," he said. Berlin is not functioning as a city: "In some points, still good enough, but it works." Each year, 40,000 new Berlin, it would add, because you could live here in a great city with a lot of jobs, said Mueller.

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CDU politician Burkard Dregger criticized müller's counter-attack: "Instead of the Palmer-criticism-against better knowledge-assign package back, should Müller with his red-red-green Senate dear, that it is safer in our city and it's up and running here again." Tübingen's Green mayor speak with his criticism of Miller's Senate, most Berliners from the heart, said Dregger.

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Sebastian Czaja, parliamentary leader of the FDP, accused Müller, to have the tone of the out-of-print: "It is good that Berlin holds together in spite of all dispute, if it is treated from the outside, disparagingly," he told the daily mirror. "But it's wrong of Michael Müller any criticism of Boris Palmer as void, dismiss – some of it hits the mark. Maybe the Director should yield about one or the other point, if he is the next Time on the way to the office in the S-Bahn, because before that time, three cars have failed.“

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