Wiesbaden (dpa/lhe) - The SPD opposition asked the state government to make a real move after the change of prime minister. North and East Hesse does not take place with black and green, criticized SPD parliamentary group leader Günter Rudolph on Wednesday in the Hessian state parliament in Wiesbaden. These regions are an area without any political significance for the state government. A genuine educational awakening is also required in Hesse. However, the SPD fears that even with the new Prime Minister Boris Rhein (CDU) there will only be "keep it up". "There is powdery mildew over the country. We need a real departure," warned the Social Democrat.