Money Tax dispute: Greens criticize Lindner's relief plans
after public appearance: Angela Merkel collects Shitstorm
Angela Merkel for the first time as a private individual. After her performance, however, a shitstorm started. An event that was particularly important to the former Chancellor during her term are the Bayreuth Festival. This did not miss Angela Merkel as a private individual this year. Together with her husband Joachim Sauer, she entered the red carpet in front of the festival house on the green hill in Bayreuth.
The Greens in the Bundestag consider the tax plans of Finance Minister Christian Linder (FDP) to be socially unbalanced. "The current proposals would primarily ensure that top earners are favors the strongest financially," criticized parliamentary group deputy Andreas Audretsch on Tuesday. "High and highest income groups would be preserved more than three times as much as people with small incomes that the relief now actually need most urgently," he told the German Press Agency.
People with very small incomes would also not be relieved because they did not pay any income taxes below the basic allowance. "And the proposed raising of child benefit is not even enough to compensate for inflation," criticized Audetretsch. In the currently difficult situation, the federal government has to concentrate on relieving people with little money, with small and medium -sized incomes. Large incomes, on the other hand, should make their contribution to securing social peace.
The FDP has proposed a tax reform that should relieve taxpayers by 10.1 billion euros in the coming year, according to the "Spiegel". As can be seen from a tweet by the FDP finance politician Markus Herbrand, taxpayers with an income of 25,000 euros a year are to be relieved by 213 euros. With an income of 60,000 euros, relief of 486 euros is planned, with income of 100,000 euros a year it would be 672 euros. As a percentage, the relief for low income is greater than with high - but in absolute numbers. (dpa)
Scholz and Merz are planning campaign appearances in Lower Saxony .
Before the state election in Lower Saxony, plenty of political prominence has registered for the election campaign-by Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz to numerous ministers and party leader of the traffic light parties to the CDU chairman Friedrich Merz. Chancellor Scholz is expected in Cuxhaven on August 26 and at the end of October 8th in Hanover. On August 27th in Emden, SPD party leader Lars Klingbeil is due to support Prime Minister Stephan Weil. The election will be made on October 9th.