Magdeburg (dpa/sa) - The opposition in the state parliament of Saxony-Anhalt criticized the late budget for 2023 on Wednesday. "Bringing in the budget for the first time in mid-November is of course much, much too late," said Cornelia Lüddemann, leader of the Greens parliamentary group. In addition, the draft of the state government is "anti-future". According to Lüddemann, the climate crisis is not sufficiently taken into account.
FDP faction leader Andreas Silbersack emphasized on Wednesday that there was still a need for discussion. Among other things, the financing of the free schools had to be discussed again.