Traffic light plans on minimum wages, taxes, climate protectionThe SPD, the Greens and the FDP have agreed on this paper

https://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/sondierungspapier-was-die-parteispitzen-in-den-koalitionsverhandlungen-umsetzen-wollen-a-34250b7f-1045-4171-9eea-3500fe385f31

October 15, 2021

Climate protection and socio-ecological market economy

The leaders of the SPD , Greens and FDP have agreed on a joint exploratory paper – and thus recommend entering into the negotiations on a traffic light coalition. In their agreement, which SPIEGEL has before them, they insist on a “comprehensive renewal of our country.” The explorers emphasize that it is not about »profiling individual actors«. The following points have been defined by the SPD, Greens and FDP:more on the subject

Modern state and digitization

As a first point, the party leaders formulate a modern state and a “digital awakening”. The speeding up of bureaucratic procedures was an important campaign topic for almost all parties – now the SPD, Greens and FDP want to implement these plans. They set themselves an ambitious goal: »In the first year of government (should) be made and implemented all the necessary decisions in order to be able to implement private and state investments quickly, efficiently and purposefully. Our goal is to cut the duration of the proceedings at least in half. «Laws should be subjected to a» digitization check «.ANZEIGE

Climate protection and socio-ecological market economy

SPD Chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz emphasized climate protection as the most important point in his statement after the talks. The exploratory paper states that the traffic light coalition wants to launch “an immediate climate protection program with all the necessary laws, ordinances and measures” in 2022.

  • An accelerated phase-out of coal-fired power generation is also mentioned under this point. “Ideally, this will be achieved by 2030,” is the cautious formulation.
  • Germany is to be developed into “the lead market for electromobility”. There will be no general speed limit. Apparently the FDP has prevailed here. The Greens had already announced before the talks that the speed limit on German autobahns was negotiable for them .

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