Union faction criticizes traffic light’s plans for Europe

The CDU/CSU parliamentary group in the Bundestag has harshly criticized the European policy plans of the traffic light coalition. Deputy parliamentary group leader Katja Leikert (CDU) and European policy spokesperson Florian Hahn (CSU) criticize the goal of developing the EU into a “federal European state” as stated in the coalition agreement: “A federal state at the EU level would mean the abolition of national sovereignty and the end of the current EU,” they say in a letter to the other CDU/CSU MPs, which is available to Europe.Table.

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