Baden-Württemberg: Hagel: "Germany deserves a better government"

The traffic light alliance of SPD, Greens and FDP in the federal government shone at the beginning of the legislature.

Baden-Württemberg: Hagel: "Germany deserves a better government"

The traffic light alliance of SPD, Greens and FDP in the federal government shone at the beginning of the legislature. Almost a year later, the CDU parliamentary group leader draws a sobering conclusion.

Stuttgart (dpa / lsw) - CDU parliamentary group leader Manuel Hagel has heavily criticized the traffic light government in the federal government for internal disputes on various topics. "For weeks we have been observing political struggles in which a government is talking publicly about each other in a tone that we only knew from the worst times of the grand coalition," said Hagel of the German Press Agency in Stuttgart. Germany now needs an effective government that trusts one another and that holds this country together. "Germany deserves a better government."

There is currently a dispute in the traffic light coalition about the debt brake, longer nuclear power periods, but also about a successor regulation for the 9-euro monthly ticket for local and regional transport. "If someone at the traffic light has an idea, there are always two who disagree," said Hagel. "The differences in the parties are difficult to overcome. And there is too much dislike among the people involved." This is not a good climate to govern. "The party at the wedding turned into a bad hangover."

The group leader also criticized the European policy of the federal government. "The fact that the impression is created in Europe that the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany is confusing his oath of office with a vow of silence certainly does not create confidence among the European partners in the largest nation within the European Union," said Hagel.

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