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US News "Political parties do not do enough," says Greta Thunberg in Berlin

18:45  24 september  2021
18:45  24 september  2021 Source:   liberation.fr

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Greta Thunberg, militante écologiste suédoise, a pris la parole ce vendredi devant des milliers de personnes à Berlin. © John MacDougall Greta Thunberg, Swedish environmental activist, took the floor this Friday in front of thousands of people in Berlin.

two days before the German federal elections, thousands of environmental advocates, conducted by Greta Thunberg , have demanded more stronger measures against the climate change to candidates in the running elections of voting "From the century" by the activists. "Political parties do not do enough" for the climate, launched the young Swedish activist to a crowd of protesters gathered in front of the Bundestag de Berlin, where German members sit.

A "strike" in more than 70 countries

"Yes, we must vote and you must vote. But remember that the vote alone will not suffice , continued the young woman, acclaimed by the audience. We must continue to go down the street and demand from our leaders that they take concrete measures for the climate. " His message was addressed as much to the protesters and the candidates in the running to replace Angela Merkel at the Chancery, following a suspense vote organized this Sunday, whose games remain totally open.

Global climate strike at 400 places nationwide

 Global climate strike at 400 places nationwide Berlin. The climate movement "Fridays for Future" calls for Friday again to the global climate strike. Two days before the federal election, there should be rallies and demonstrations in Germany alone in Germany alone on how "Fridays for Future Germany" announced. © Marcus Brandt Climate Activists of the Alliance Fridays for Future Hang a transparent with the inscription in Berlin, according to the police, 20,000 people are registered for a demonstration in the government district.

For the future of the planet, it is the vote "of the century" , said Luisa Neubauer, responsible in Germany of the Fridays for Future movement. The Movement, launched in 2018 and become the Tribune of the "Climate Generation" , organizes this Friday its eighth "strike" in more than 70 countries, with 470 planned mobilizations in Germany. "The earth has fever", "This is our future", "vote", proclaimed the brandy pancards in Berlin by a majority of adolescent protesters, but also families come with young children.

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tight ballot in the last straight line before the legislative laws, the surveys predict a tight match between the Social Democrats in the lead with 25% of the voting intentions and the Conservative Camp (CDU / CSU), reassembled 23% according to a Last CIKEY poll Thursday. The Greens, following a disappointing campaign, would obtain 15% of the voting intentions by addressing third place before the Liberal Party (12%). Their candidate, Annalya Baerbock, joined the demonstration for the climate organized in Cologne before buckle his campaign nearby, in Düsseldorf.

House of Deputies: With whom could the SPD be governed in Berlin?

 House of Deputies: With whom could the SPD be governed in Berlin? The Berliners choose their country parliament on Sunday. As sure to the victory of Franziska Giffey appears, the fight is twice two. © Britta Pedersen / DPA laid the best election campaign: Franziska Giffey, SPD top candidate for the Berlin House of Department. with whom could the SPD be governed in Berlin? When it comes to events, Berlin is used to a lot.

has forty-eight hours of a vote whose results will be scrutinized throughout Europe , the conservative candidate, Armin Laschet, is expected in Munich to Angela Merkel. After held in withdrawal of the campaign, the leader, who will leave the political arena after sixteen years of power , does not spare his efforts to support the leader of his party, weakened by his lack of popularity and his false not. It will still be at its side Saturday for a very last gathering in the Fief of Armin Leschet, in Aachen.

pretending seriously in the Chancery, the Social Democrat Olaf Scholz, Minister of Finance and Deputy Chancellor of the Outgoing Government, must speak this Friday in Cologne before a final trip, Saturday, in the riding of Potsdam where he brignes a mandate deputy.

Major Challenge

In their election programs, the three main candidates have made environmental protection one of their priorities for the next four years, committing to action to limit global global global warming to 1.5 ° vs. During the election campaign, in mid-July, Germany was struck by of the deadly floods , which have made more than 180 deaths in the west of the country and are directly related to climate change , according to experts .

The goal of climate neutrality is consensus between the German parties, just like the development of renewable energies. But the deadlines and means to achieve it, between the left favorable to a broad state intervention and the right on the private sector.

thousands young people scroll to Milan with Greta Thunberg for climate .
© EPA / Maxppp thousands of young people demonstrate this Friday to the call of the 'Fridays for Future' movement which offers young people to mobilize every Friday for the climate . Big mobilization Friday in the city of northern Italy to put pressure on the European ministers gathered to prepare the COP26 taking place in Glasgow in a month.

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