Berlin (Reuters) – The question from SPD leader Andrea Nahles for a reform of the Hartz IV rules that employers encountered.
"The main requirement and support is profound and so far it is bizarre that the SPD in particular raises doubts", said the chief of the Confederation of German Employers' Associations (BDA), Steffen Kampeter, the Funke media group after a preliminary report from Sunday. It was not advisable to think about the lifting of sanctions among young unemployed people. On the other hand, the approval came from the Grnen and the NRW-EPD.
Nahles had previously said that the Funke media group Leistungszungen should be abolished for younger Hartz IV recipients. She also claims that the protection afforded by unemployment insurance should be extended and extended. In short, a debate on the enforced by ex-SPD Chancellor Gerhard Schrder labor market and social reform is necessary. "Let's discuss and search for the best solutions", demanded the SPD boss.
Green boss Robert Habeck stood behind the Vorsto of Nahles. He told the editors at New Berlin: "The fact that young Hartz IV receivers no longer have to be sanctioned is a good and right idea." The FDP, which pleaded before sanctions, took a different position. Her spokesman for social policy, Pascal Kober, limited: "At the same time, the state must ensure that young people do not end up in the void after sanctions."