Australia FDP: Georg Kofler donates 750,000 euros to the Liberal
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normally ex-group manager Georg Kofler puts its money in start-ups, now the FDP can look forward to an enormous sum. The reason for the donation calls the investor: Fear of the Greens.
The former boss of the TV channelhas donated the a large sum of money: according to a report of the » «, posted 750,000 euros to the party. FDP Treasurer confirmed the major donation towards the mirror.
Kofler has been investing in young companies for years. The 64-year-old is known, among other things, from the program »The Cave of Lions«, which can be seen on the TV channel.
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in conversation with the "Handelsblatt" said Kofler, he think, "that entrepreneurs, founder and ascending people inare best represented by the FDP." It also helps him to "prevent a government participation of the Greens," Kofler said. In their election program, "An antiquated planned economicism, which is camouflaged with a well-sounding climate protection and human rhetoric." At the party, the "Socialist Wolf in the green sheep is therefore coming," Kofler continues.
The Greens had last received the largest donation of their party history:. Previously,
Kofler had already donated 70,000 euros to thein the past.
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in Germany are consumed billions of very thin east and vegetable bags excluded from the plastic bag ban. Like the "New Osnabrücker Zeitung" on Saturday, citing a government response to an FDP request reported supermarket customers in 2019 to almost 3.65 billion of so-called shirt bags. © Picture Alliance / DPA A person puts a lot of banana in a supermarket in a plastic bag.