Robert Habeck holds a tongue-in-cheek tongue-in-cheek - "Are we in the football stadium?"

This action did the CDU/CSU opposition in the Bundestag a disservice. On Wednesday she quoted the Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck in the Bundestag and apparently irritated his own parliamentary group colleagues.

The Greens took the opportunity and dealt violently against the Union. The lectures in the Bundestag determined the news.

The CDU/CSU parliamentary group quotes Robert Habeck in the Bundestag – the minister then lectures

The CDU/CSU parliamentary group summoned the Federal Minister of Economics, Robert Habeck, to Parliament. The largest opposition faction had requested a current hour on Russian oil and gas imports. The problem: The Merz troop laid an egg with it.

At the same time, Habeck was already on the Budget Committee of the Bundestag. When he then appeared at the lectern in Parliament, he was visibly charged and let off steam. “I really like talking here, I just can’t clone myself,” said the Vice Chancellor. “I think you have to clarify a few things with each other,” he shot at the top of the Union faction. The CDU/CSU deputies in the budget committee were “consternated” that he was suddenly ordered to the plenary hall.

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Robert Habeck gets upset about the Union in the Bundestag. Photo: IMAGO / Future Image

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Habeck explodes at the lectern: “That’s not how I imagine the opposition”

Then Habeck really exploded! Group Vice President Andreas Jung had previously called for the end of the gas levy (“This gas levy must go”) because Uniper is now being nationalized and it is “totally screwed up”. This enraged the vice chancellor.

The gas surcharge “must go,” he suddenly roared. “Are we here in the football stadium, or what? Is this a demo? They are the ‘must go’ opposition!” This is not a constructive policy coming from the Union. The parliamentary group makes “clumsy demands” without naming any alternatives. “I don’t imagine opposition like that,” Habeck continued.

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Jens Spahn blames Habeck: “Pure chaos”

In the end, Habeck made all the news with his emotional outburst. The Union had offered him a stage for this. The fact that Jens Spahn then complained that Habeck was insulting the opposition instead of providing answers and had caused “pure chaos” with the gas levy went unnoticed. The CDU and CSU had certainly imagined things differently.

Source: Derwesten

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