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Bavaria: Söder announces gender ban

2023-12-05T14:50:48.125Z

Highlights: Bavaria: Söder announces gender ban. Prime Minister Markus S Öder (CSU) held his first government statement in the new legislative period in the state parliament. "For Bavaria, I can say: with us there will be no mandatory gendering," he said. At the same time, he accused the federal government of overdoing it with projects such as cannabis legalization, gendered and the right to self-determination. "Don't we have any other problems in Germany?" he asked.



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Markus Söder (CSU), Prime Minister of Bavaria: "For Bavaria, I can say: with us there will be no mandatory gendering." © Peter Kneffel/dpa

Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) held his first government statement in the new legislative period in the state parliament. In doing so, he made it clear that he wants to prohibit gendering - at least partially.

Munich - Gendering is to be banned in Bavaria's schools and authorities in the future. "For Bavaria, I can say: with us there will be no mandatory gendering. On the contrary: we will even prohibit gendering in schools and administration," said Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) in his first government statement in the new legislative period in the state parliament.

At the same time, Söder accused the traffic light government in the federal government of overdoing it with projects such as cannabis legalization, gendering and the right to self-determination. "Don't we have any other problems in Germany?" he asked. Dpa

Source: merkur

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