Leading SPD representatives publicly rumble against Habeck's plan to ban oil and gas heating.
Is there a rift between the traffic light partners SPD and the Greens?
A commentary by Georg Anastasiadis.
The SPD has long been silent in the dispute over Habeck's oil and gas heating ban.
All the more surprising is the intensity with which she is now breaking out: Prime Ministers Manuela Schwesig, Stephan Weil and Malu Dreyer hardly leave a good hair on the new green heart topic.
Too expensive, too antisocial, too unworldly.
It seems orchestrated – and it probably is.
Green Katrin Göring-Eckardt even got loud on "Hard but fair".
The nerves are on edge, now also between the traffic light partners SPD and Greens.
Even with the combustion engine off, the chancellor demonstratively joined the FDP camp, to the annoyance of the eco-party.
Heavy criticism from Schwesig, Weil and Dreyer on the new green heart theme
Is there, after the rift between the Union and the FDP, the next big love-off in German politics?
It looks like this.
In the federal capital Berlin, Franziska Giffey's SPD does not want to continue governing with the Greens for anything in the world after their election fiasco.
And the chancellor, too, is very annoyed by the high-teacher attitude with which the extremely self-confident Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock publicly reprimands him, most spectacularly during his trip to China.
The SPD is embittered: it has been chained to the Greens for years, but has mostly suffered defeats in elections, while the Greens are getting stronger and more openly flirting with the CDU, including the black-green love marriages in North Rhine-Westphalia and Schleswig-Holstein .
More and more it dawns on the comrades that they are the ones suffering in the relationship with the hip urban lifestyle Greens.
Many SPD voters who are not so well off don’t think it’s chic at all when they are supposed to save the climate on behalf of half the world, when they are financially harassed beyond the pain threshold as the owner of a small house or are harassed as a driver on the way to work by climate fighters become.