Dresden (dpa / sn) - According to the President of the Saxon State Parliament, Matthias Rößler, the state must not overburden its citizens. "People notice when their interests are being acted on. They notice when the course is lurching, when powerful terms whitewash weak politics. Above all, however, citizens notice when they have to pay the bill in the end," said the CDU politician on Thursday in his New Year's speech in the state parliament. A "new culture of the essential in connection with a practice of proportionality" is appropriate - "away from the general 'boom' and 'boom', away from flowery dreams or bans on thinking, towards clear answers to the questions: What helps us today? What does it matter us stronger in the future?"