And then SOder Laschet threatens to hang up

And then Söder Laschet threatens to hang up

To contain the coronavirus, the North Rhine-Westphalian state government prohibits gatherings of three or more people in public. This was announced by CDU Prime Minister Laschet. Families and people living in a household are exempt from the ban. Source: WORLD

During the deliberations of the federal and state governments on the Corona crisis, there was reportedly a violent dispute between CSU chief Markus SOder and NRW government chief Armin Laschet (CDU). Laschet had attacked SOder massively because he had already ordered his own measures with exit restrictions for Bavaria on Friday “without consultation” with the federal government and the other countries.

SOder then threatened to leave the switch. This also reported the “Bild” newspaper.

Bavaria was “irritated” by the course, the German press agency learned on Sunday from government circles. Laschet has so far been very reluctant and hesitant in the debate, even when the recent issue was the closure of schools and kindergartens. One therefore suspects a different motive, Laschet is probably more about his personal ambitions than the Corona crisis, it said.

Armin Laschet and Markus Söder

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Armin Laschet and Markus SOder

Merkel made her own paper the basis

In addition, according to participants, Laschet is said to have presented a paper of measures together with other federal states in the conference call. This was reportedly not pursued further in the deliberations, since Merkel in turn made her own paper the basis.

Tighter exit restrictions in the individual countries were largely complied with on Sunday. Several countries – above all Bavaria – had already tightened their regulations. The police in Bavaria reported only a few violations of the exit restrictions.

In general, people are disciplined and abide by the requirements, there were questions from the police headquarters on Sunday morning. The violations were therefore isolated cases. Similar things have been reported from other countries.

Because for waiving curfew

Numerous politicians have spoken out in the debate about exit restrictions in recent days. Lower Saxony’s Prime Minister Stephan Weil (SPD) wanted to avoid curfews in the corona crisis, as he said to WELT AM SONNTAG.

“Imagine that families with several children in tight apartments without balconies and gardens could no longer go outdoors. This is hardly imaginable over a longer period of time. ”Others insisted on uniform regulations including sanctions.

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