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Offbeat Scholz promotes the first government survey for all-year-old

17:55  12 january  2022
17:55  12 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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at the first appearance of Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) in the government survey of the Bundestag once again occupied the Corona pandemic wide space. Scholz reaffirmed his entry for a vaccination obligation on Wednesday for "All Gherentalen, all over 18 year olds". Other topics of the survey included climate protection, social issues and migration.

Beim ersten Auftritt von Bundeskanzler Olaf Scholz (SPD) am Mittwoch in der Regierungsbefragung des Bundestages hat erneut die Corona-Pandemie breiten Raum eingenommen. Scholz bekräftigte sein Eintreten für eine allgemeine Impfpflicht für Erwachsene. © Tobias Schwarz At the first appearance of Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) On Wednesday in the government survey of the Bundestag, the Corona Pandemic has again taken wide space. Scholz reaffirmed his occurrence for a general vaccination obligation for adults.

Scholz asked the Bundestag to say goodbye to the liabilities "swift". He think it's right to find a "unbureaucratic solution". Scholz went with his demand for a general liability for adults at a distance of proposals, which provide such an obligation only for older or for people with pre-existing conditions.

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The Federal Chancellor defended the procedure of his government not to submit its own legislative proposal for vaccinations, but to leave this to the deputies. The Bundestag should develop the scheme in an "open debate". This contributes to the "pacification of political discussion".

Scholz revised all citizens again for vaccination. The decision for this is "no decision that one meets only for itself", because the vaccination contributes to limit further infections with the dangerous virus - and thus to protect "80 million fellow citizens". Stress for other people, such as shifting necessary operations, would be avoided.

strongly affirmed Scholz in the government survey No the government to nuclear power. "The use of nuclear energy is not sustainable and it is not economically does not make sense," he rejected the AfD because of the German atomic outlet.

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instead, the government sets a massive expansion of renewable energies, emphasized the Federal Chancellor. This is a decision, "which makes us internationally independent, which serves the climate and the end of the cheapest will be and then creates a competitive advantage of our economy." The eco-electricity must not only replace the atomic and coal-fired power plants to be relocated, but also cover the additional need for electricity through the conversion of the industry.

The planned minimum wage of twelve euros will mean a salary increase for nearly 10 million people in Germany, Scholz said to social justice questions. He also called the agreed introduction of child ground security. With regard to high energy prices, the head of government referred to relief from the planned abolition of the EEG surcharge.

The immigration to Germany in recent years has contributed to meet challenges such as the shortage of skilled workers. "This is part of the economic success we had in recent years," said the Chancellor. The aim is to further improve regulations "for the skilled work-immigration from third countries from outside the European Union", according to the model of the Canadian point system.

In the issue of foreign policy, Scholz was again worried about the Russian troop march on the border with Ukraine. He criticized, already with the annexation of the Crimea, Russia has turned away from the principle of territorial integrity of States. "We have to return to this situation," the Chancellor demanded. But he was also talking to the Russian government for further discussions.

after the government survey began a three-day debate on the future policy of the Federal Government. The Federal Ministers and Ministers had an opportunity to introduce their projects and goals in the Bundestag.

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