Leading left party representatives have made use of the kick-off of the group exam to Appeals for better cooperation of the coalition partners, the SPD and the Green. A "Greyhound race" Wherefore, to declare initiatives, such as those for the introduction of a rent cap for damage at the end of the entire coalition, such as culture Senator Klaus Lederer, and the two group leaders, Carola Bluhm, and Udo Wolf declared. Red-red-green does not need more to interact with each other and less against each other, in order not to endanger at the end of the stable majority in the voters favor of the Berlin, the warning.
One of the critics of the current coalition climate was Steffen Zillich, Parliamentary Secretary of the left faction. Too often it is not the common success, but the short-term political gain at the center would be "", said Zillich, with a view to the work of the coalition. Just on topic and Places will not Rent red-Red-Green "together in a warehouse confrontation thrown in, but too often the impression that a stock will perform." Zillich, to return to a "positive style of politics".
"The SPD is quickly inclined to overtake us on the left"
focal point of the coalition's internal tensions was the last of the debate on the possible introduction of a rent cap. After the originally by the landlord and tenant law lawyers Peter Weber conceived proposal by various SPD-politician has been taken, proposed Bausenatorin Katrin Lompscher, the legal feasibility of the proposal by one of the experts occupied in work circle check. The SPD has been accused of circles Lompscher to delay the project. One of the Left-politician aimed at discussion of the topic in the most recent Senate meeting was not on the agenda. Lederer said: "The SPD is quickly inclined to overtake us on the left." The example cover Rent entspinne a "hegemony" debate, a "game with the hot potato". His own party turned he said: "We play a very fast game and be hectic. At the end nobody is helped.“ Udo Wolf criticized the "wind dog race, the question is: Who is the most determined promoter of the rent cover?" He made it clear that the links group, the push for support, he conceded: "We want to make sure that he is reasonably of the Constitution, if we make him."
Gaby Gottwald appealed to the own Bausenatorin to lose with the introduction of the rent cap no time. With reference to the working group-proposal Lompschers she urged: "We need to look for in Go the way, as it can go. We have no time.“ Lompscher, the issue of rent cover comparatively short treated, confirmed: "this must be a short-term project."