Left MP Gesine Lötzsch not on the committee on the Bundeswehr's special assets

23 Sep 2022 7:48 p.m

For the parliamentary manager of the left, Jan Korte, the non-election of the left MPs to a committee for the special assets of the Bundeswehr is a scandal. The left faction was the only opposition faction to vote against this property.

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The Left MP Gesine Lötzsch was not elected to the committee on the Bundeswehr’s special assets. This got loud young world Criticism in the Left Group provoked. Jan Korte, the first parliamentary manager, spoke of a scandal in a message on Thursday evening, the newspaper reported JW on Friday.

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For the parliamentary left manager, the “first-rate scandal” is “that the only democratic opposition faction that voted against these assets is being treated in this way.” According to Korte, there would be no justification for this.

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