Saxony's Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer wants to accept the "Germany Pact" announced by Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) on Wednesday and "test it for seriousness." "So far, the traffic light wanted to push through its agenda from Berlin without regard to the situation on the ground," the CDU politician said on Wednesday. The first topics would have to be migration and the reorientation of the energy transition. "On the question of how to stop illegal migration and achieve an electricity price of no more than 6 cents/kWh, the offer of the federal government must be measured. For a pact, it needs at least two."
Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) has called for a "national show of strength" against bureaucracy and for more growth in Germany. "We must clear the bureaucratic thicket," Scholz said. "Citizens are tired of this gridlock. And so am I," Scholz said.
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