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Union politicians fear "black zero" in the Jamaica alliance

Sunday, October 22nd, 2017 | bitcoin updates

Berlin (Reuters) – In the face of billions of demands from the parties involved in a possible Jamaican coalition, politicians of the Union are worried about the future of the "black zero". "The coalition agreement is not a wish-you-what," said the CDU budgetary politician Eckardt Rehberg of the "Bild" -Zeitung (Saturday issue). In the view of the Union's economic wing, the possible Jamaican coalition partners should commit themselves to a debt reduction of up to ten billion euros a year. On Tuesday, the CDU, the CSU, the FDP and the Greens want to talk about finances for the first time in their exploratory talks. Participants explained that there was a general understanding in the first large round of negotiations on Friday that the "black zero" not to touch. The extent to which the financial scope for the new government actually is, should be discussed only after the coming tax assessment. This is planned for the 7th to 9th of November. Rehberg repeated that there would be no new debt with the Union. Carsten Linnemann, the head of the CDU and CSU middle-class and economic group, told the editorial team of the German editorial board that the parties involved in a Jamaica alliance should commit themselves to an annual debt reduction of five to ten billion euros. In order to give an incentive to invest, the Confederation should quickly sell its Deutsche Telekom shares. The double-digit billions should then be invested in expanding the fiber optic network. "Green and the FDP are already of this opinion, and we as a middle-class association are demanding this, so there is even an additional source of income for Jamaica." CSU boss Horst Seehofer also demanded the investment of a double-digit bill in the expansion of the digital infrastructure. The green politician Jürgen Trittin, on the other hand, had recently called for investments to be given priority over the tax cuts pursued by the CDU and the FDP. According to the UN, the future federal government has a financial margin of 30 billion euros for new projects Debt. The outgoing Federal Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU) has defended the "black zero" since 2014. On Tuesday he was to be elected as the new Bundestag president at the constituent meeting of Parliament.

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