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Crime SPD is considering levy on property to deal with the corona crisis

12:05  01 april  2020
12:05  01 april  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Die SPD erwägt zur Bewältigung der finanziellen Folgen der Corona-Krise eine einmalige Vermögensabgabe. Parteichefin Saskia Esken nannte eine Abgabe durch Superreiche als Option, um © Odd ANDERSEN The SPD is considering a one-time levy on property to deal with the financial consequences of the corona crisis. Party leader Saskia Esken cited a levy by the super-rich as an option to "get government finances in order after the crisis".

The SPD is considering a wealth levy to deal with the financial consequences of the corona crisis. A one-off levy by particularly wealthy citizens is "one of the ways to get public finances in order after the crisis," party leader Saskia Esken told the "Stuttgarter Zeitung" and the "Stuttgarter Nachrichten" (Wednesday editions).

In order to cope with the consequences of the crisis for the state budget, a "fair burden sharing" is needed. For the SPD, however, this could only look like "that the strong shoulders in Germany are also heavily involved," emphasized Esken.

A levy on wealth for the super-rich in order to better distribute the burden of the corona crisis is already being demanded by the Left Party. Party leader Bernd Riexinger said on Monday that assets from one million euros should be charged with a one-off levy of five percent.

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