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Greens criticize planned savings in migration advice

2021-10-14T08:34:09.950Z

The savings in migration advice planned by the state government met with clear criticism from the Green parliamentary group. "It is unbelievable that if you have a permanent need for labor market integration and advice, you can save on this permanent task," said the parliamentary group leader Julia Willie Hamburg on Thursday in the state parliament in Hanover.



The savings in migration advice planned by the state government met with clear criticism from the Green parliamentary group.

"It is unbelievable that if you have a permanent need for labor market integration and advice, you can save on this permanent task," said the parliamentary group leader Julia Willie Hamburg on Thursday in the state parliament in Hanover.

Hanover - As can be seen from the draft double budget 2022/2023, the funds for migration advice in the state are to be significantly reduced, from around 10 million euros this year to 6.7 million euros in the coming year and 5.3 million euros in 2023 The double budget is expected to be adopted by the state parliament at the end of the year.

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A few days before the state elections in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the German Trade Union Confederation reinforced its demand for a higher statutory minimum wage and greater compliance with collective bargaining agreements.

From an increase in the minimum wage from the current 9.60 to 12.00 euros, employees in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania would benefit more than average, said DGB-Nord-Vice Ingo Schlueter on Friday in Schwerin.

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Budget 2022/23 should pave the way to balanced finances

According to a draft, the future dual budget of Lower Saxony will cost more than 73 billion euros.

In a few months it should finally be standing.

Now the figures are first being debated in the state parliament.

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Brandenburg's state government also decides on a huge budget for 2022 to further cope with the corona pandemic.

The promised exemption from fees for the daycare centers will therefore initially not work.

15 billion budget approved

According to the Ministry of Social Affairs, a major reason for the savings plans is that the federal government is making less money available for migration and integration work.

This gap could therefore not be closed with state funds.

Social Minister Daniela Behrens (SPD) said: “There is no socio-political clear-cut with this double budget.” However, she regretted the planned cuts in migration advice.

"We will not let anyone fall through the social network," emphasized the CDU member of the state parliament, Volker Meyer.

Susanne Victoria Schütz from the FDP parliamentary group warned that even in times of frugality, no structure should be smashed.

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Source: merkur

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