Political correspondent of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung in Berlin.F. A. Z.
Now, Markus Söder, has in the summer interview, the transport Minister Andreas Scheuer criticized. Not due to the failure of the toll, but for the failure of the new road traffic regulations, including a new catalog of fines. The had gone "bad" and "very, very annoying," said Söder. But he stayed with all the rebuke mildly: "I think Andi Scheuer now has the opportunity to clarify this once again and make up for that." To the General Surprise, Söder said but then also, he was no opponent of speed limits on the car.
This also went against Scheuer, because it had been, had agreed of his own, with a lot of expertise to be occupied by the government Commission for climate-friendly transport policy "every human mind", as the the – Yes, not once, but only considered had exactly.
The Federal Minister for transport is down for the count. The CSU, like a Déjà needs to happen-vu. Only Peter Ramsauer, Alexander Dobrindt, now scratch really wanted it never fit with your people and the Ministry of transport. Of course, you have to just keep scouring to the benefit of, that he had shown more desire to the office as its two predecessors. And that both the toll and now the thing with the road traffic regulations are intricate Affairs, which is not easy to say: The Minister has spoiled it all.
A serious error
Would not be averse anyway, in the meantime, controversial, would be to just make the thing with the fines little fuss. It is a regulation, the original and all promised to strengthen the authority of the cyclists in road traffic, and to create on the roads and more space for you.
The Bundestag was not busy, because it's just a regulation, not a law, but the Federal Council. And there the Greens were especially new, sensitive tightening of the catalog of fines. Scheuers Ministry had to rework then, at the announcement of a severe form happened a error: A legal basis was quoted in a point properly.Updated Date: 27 July 2020, 20:19