Money Laschet and Söder promise economy tax cuts
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around three months before the federal election, the Presidents of CDU and CSU have come together on Sunday evening in Berlin to complete the joint election program. CDU-Chef Armin Laschet and the CSU chairman Markus Söder named some key points of the planned program in Berlin before the start of the meeting: No to tax increases, the preservation of the industrial site of Germany while strengthening climate protection and a push to securing the pension over 2030 .
The Union has placed companies in the event of a victory in the general election comprehensive tax relief.
"The better the company goes, the more the state will have for its state duties," said Kanzlerkandidat Armin Laschet on Friday at the «Day of the German family business» in Berlin.
The CDU boss told with a view to receivables of the Greens and the SPD after an asset tax, it goes for a fundamental dispute. SPD chancellor candidate OLAF Scholz spoke, especially for significantly more pace when expanding the infrastructure and the eco flow. "Germany has to be faster," he said.
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Video: Who is in the polls? The CDU or the Greens? Here is an overview of the latest studies (Glomex) Armin Lashet has used an appearance in Düsseldorf for an attack on the green. At the state representative meeting of the NRW-CDU he stressed, hard to fight the Chancellery. © Jens Schlueter / AFP The Chancellor's Candidate of the Union, Armin Laschet , does not hold anything from the youngest ideas of the Greens in the fight against climate change.
Lashet said, during the Corona crisis, the state has secured liquidity in companies through help. "It would be precisely absurd to remove this liquidity again after the crisis through tax increases."
The tax burden of companies in Germany must be capped at most 25 percent. Lashing also spoke out to significantly improve the tax loss statement and facilitate depreciation.
business associations demand long, taxes and duties. Currently, the tax burden of companies, according to the foundation family business, is around 30 percent.
CSU Chief Markus Söder spoke to abolish the EEG surcharge to promote the eco flow, reduce electricity tax and reduce the solos for all. The company taxes would have to be down to 25 percent.
Minister of Finance Scholz referred to the tax policy on a modernization of corporation tax and a global minimum tax, which recently agreed the G7 states. "This step sets the tax competition down a border."
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Berlin. Annalena Baerbock, Armin Laschet and Olaf Scholz occur in the general election as Chancellor's candidates. When the politicians provide a break exchange on television, read here. © Provided by RP Online Finance Minister and Vice-Chancellor Olaf Scholz leads the SPD as Chancellor's candidate in the general election and wants to return the Social Democrats to the Chancellery. Whether this succeeds is uncertain given the low survey values.
just family businesses would benefit from it. "This is world politics for the middle class." At the same time, Scholz made it clear, he holds his plans firmly to taxes stronger in the event of a victorious victory in order to improve the financial power of the countries.
In his speech, Scholz continued to focus on climate protection. Planning and approval procedures would have to be much faster. The construction of the loading network for electric cars must be accelerated, as well as the construction of a hydrogen infrastructure.
When expanding renewable energies, however, there is resistance from the coalition partner, said Scholz with a view of the Union. "It now decides whether we will be a strong climatic industrialization," he said. "Because if we do not handle this task in the next few years, we miss our chance."
Armin Laschet warns in Saxony-Anhalt before "evil awakening" after landline election .
short prior to choice surveys the Union in Saxony-Anhalt before the AFD. CDU Chancellor's Candidate Lashet supports party friends in the East with a two-day visit - and appeals to voters. © Bernd von Jutrczenka / DPA The state election in Saxony-Anhalt on June 6 is the last mood test before the general election in the fall. The AFD is well over 20 percent in some surveys - it does not seem excluded that it becomes strongest power before the CDU .