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Brandenburg State Parliament makes it easier for school classes to visit

2021-10-12T03:39:29.864Z

The state parliament has been open to visitors for a long time during the corona crisis, but with conditions. It is now easier for students who want to know more about Parliament.



The state parliament has been open to visitors for a long time during the corona crisis, but with conditions.

It is now easier for students who want to know more about Parliament.

Potsdam - Visiting school classes in the Brandenburg state parliament under corona conditions has become easier.

A visit to the building is again possible for whole classes with up to 30 people, said a state parliament spokesman in Potsdam.

So far, a maximum of three groups of ten people each and an additional ten individual guests have been allowed to visit the state parliament.

Visiting a group of 30, which has been possible since last week, only applies to school groups.

In addition, ten individual guests can still visit the parliament.

This school year it is also possible again for pupils from grade 9 to exchange direct information with members of parliament in the respective constituencies as part of the “Dialog P” project, which is planned for February to summer 2022.

The previous corona regulations in the state parliament are otherwise unchanged with a view to the infection situation.

It is unclear when visitors will also be admitted to plenary sessions.

Because of the Corona requirements, MPs are currently also taking their places in the visitor stands.

For next summer, the President of the State Parliament, Ulrike Liedtke, is planning the “Art at the Time” series with music, texts and dance in the inner courtyard.

“That was well received,” said Liedtke.

"For next year we would like to stay with this character of the event in the inner courtyard, but move from the small cast of actors to a whole dance ensemble or an orchestra." That is currently being discussed.

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Source: merkur

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