North Rhine-Westphalia: CDU: NRW supports the federal government's relief packages extensively

Düsseldorf (dpa / lnw) - According to the CDU parliamentary group, North Rhine-Westphalia is extensively involved in the federal relief packages.

North Rhine-Westphalia: CDU: NRW supports the federal government's relief packages extensively

Düsseldorf (dpa / lnw) - According to the CDU parliamentary group, North Rhine-Westphalia is extensively involved in the federal relief packages. In the debate on the government statement by Prime Minister Hendrik Wüst (CDU), CDU faction leader Thorsten Schick pointed out that the reduction in VAT on gas alone would cost the state of North Rhine-Westphalia around 500 million euros. The energy price flat rate costs the country almost one billion euros. The 2022 tax relief law is tearing a hole of 400 million euros in the NRW state treasury this year alone.

Overall, there would be short-term burdens on the state budget of around two billion euros. And that is just what has already been decided. Measures coordinated nationwide are important. The country also helps. The coalition called for the gradual reduction of parental contributions for meals in an application.

"We don't need any tutoring from you in matters of social policy," Schick replied to the SPD parliamentary group leader Thomas Kutschaty, who had immediately previously called for extensive state measures and accused the North Rhine-Westphalia government of inactivity. The leader of the CDU parliamentary group accused the SPD politician of having seen an opposition leader on Thursday who was concerned about his office given the results of the state elections and the SPD polls.

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