The FDP in the house of representatives accuses the Senate, with plans such as the buy-back of flats of the former GSW tax money to waste. Group chief Sebastian Czaja turned away on Tuesday in a letter to Karin Blades, President of the court of auditors of Berlin. He asked, "to consider the Action of the Senate on his right and proportionality."
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Specifically, Czaja refers to the our editorial staff this letter on the plans of the Senate for the purchase of 316 apartments in the Karl-Marx-Allee by the Gewobag, as well as on the last Friday, known Considerations Michael Miller, former GSW-apartments from the real estate group Deutsche Wohnen to buy back. The liberals consider to be "absolutely fatal" and fears "a deliberate injury, for the future of our city", - stated in the letter. "Instead of the much-needed housing to expand, sets the Senate on a radical shortage due to this re-municipalisation efforts," says Czaja. He accuses the Senate, taxpayers ' money should be alienated "in great style" and imagines a violation of the principle of cost Efficiency.
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The court President was of the letter on Tuesday. The probability that she accepts the Please Czajas, but it is not just big. Although the court examined in its examination of the efficiency of the administrative action, "whether or not the most advantageous relationship between the purpose pursued and the resources sought and has been achieved". A test in order neither individual members nor members of the Senate can give. The court decides in a completely independent way if and when he makes checks, and can only be done through the submission of a request, as in the current case - is stimulated. Add to that: be Checked only completed management operations. A Declaration of intent, as you don't count Müller with respect to the repurchase of former GSW-flats, delivered.More about
Berlin-Friedrichshain Gewobag housing in the Karl-Marx-AlleeUlrich Zawatka-Gerlach
takes place While the plans met Miller in the CDU to criticism, he can from the ranks of the coalition to support. Financial politicians of the SPD, Left and Greens have no fundamental objections to a step of the buy-back of the 51,000 former GSW apartments. Rather, Müller moved with his announcement on the Terrain of the coalition agreement, which promises an increase of the urban housing stock by 2025 "through the new building and the purchase of up to 400,000 apartments".daily mirror people for your Free copy