Schulz presents Germany's future plan
berlin - More solidarity with refugees in Europe, more investment and more social justice through redistribution. These are briefly the ideas that SPD leader Martin Schulz will launch on Sunday in the presentation of his future plan for modern Germany.
Countries of the European Union who do not want refugees will receive less EU subsidies if Schulz is in favor. Affiliated nations, who behave exemplarily and provide generous care and shelter, can enjoy a bonus for him.
Schulz also applies his labor market policy. In addition to a longer unemployment allowance, he wants to open an 'opportunity account' for each employee. This will amount to a maximum of EUR 20,000, spend in active life, for example, extra education, a sabbatical or starting a self-employment.
Although the SPD only approved the election program three weeks ago, Schulz felt forced to go further. Chancellor Angela Merkel's challenger is under pressure. Ten weeks before the poll, her CDU / CSU is well in the polls.
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