Stephan Eisel Votes Against

Posted By on June 15, 2021

Stephan Eisel, MdB – for Bonn in the Bundestag in a statement filed with the President of the Bundestag to vote writes Eisel, inter alia: “originally EUR 1.5 billion were deployed as a total in the sense of a ceiling for the environmental bonus. Now is an increase of 3.5 to 5 billion plus another which directly resulting 0.7 billion for increased interest expenses. As a result, the credit authorization of the Fund to a total of EUR 4.2 billion increases to EUR 25.2 billion. The environmental award by the spring of 2009 was embedded in a balanced overall package to secure employment and stability in Germany. A clear repayment scheme, which is why I then could agree to this overall package under deferral of concerns among this total package.

Now intended continuing the environmental bonus acts connected with significant increases in means – however macro-economically significantly more negative. It is politically precarious market distortions due to the artificial extension of the offer. Because even Citizens can finally spend their income only once. The unilateral preference for a single industry like the automotive industry is not appropriate. Thus I come to the conclusion that both public policy and financial and budgetary the intended extension of the environmental bonus to reject.” The full explanation of vote, see press contact: Dr.

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