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SPD, Greens and Left for Commission on referendum

2021-10-15T16:39:39.387Z

To deal with the referendum on the expropriation of large housing companies, the SPD, the Greens and the Left have agreed in a joint exploratory paper to set up a commission of experts. According to the paper of the three parties, this will work out a recommendation for further action to the Senate within a year, which will then make a decision on it.



To deal with the referendum on the expropriation of large housing companies, the SPD, the Greens and the Left have agreed in a joint exploratory paper to set up a commission of experts.

According to the paper of the three parties, this will work out a recommendation for further action to the Senate within a year, which will then make a decision on it.

Berlin - The initiative of the referendum will be involved in the composition of the expert commission.

In the referendum on September 26, 57.6 percent of voters voted in favor of the expropriation of large housing companies in Berlin.

That emerges from the final result, which the state election committee published on Friday.

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In the event of a victory in the House of Representatives election, the Berlin CDU intends to tackle central projects such as an alliance for affordable housing or the civil service of teachers in the first 100 days.

The CDU top candidate Kai Wegner announced on Friday.

The CDU state chief, who wants to become the new governing mayor, presented his 100-day program under the title “New Start Berlin”.

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The SPD - like the CDU and FDP - has so far rejected such expropriations, the Greens see them as a last resort, the left is in favor.

The three parties want to start coalition negotiations next week.

This was announced by representatives of the three parties, which have ruled the capital together since 2016, on Friday after a final exploratory meeting.

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Source: merkur

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