Kühnert on Hartz IV "Penal sanctions should be a positive motive"
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Andrea Nahles, leader of SPD, and Kevin Kühnert, chairman of Juso, agree little. Kühnert, however, supports the proposal to abolish Hartz IV and opposes "harassment".
DKevin Kühnert, president of the SPD youth organization Jusos, welcomed Andrea Nahles, leader of the party, to abolish Hartz IV. Her proposal was "the blow of the first liberation" in a discussion of the welfare state after Hartz IV. "Penal sanctions should be positive incentives, for example, by means of public transportation," Kühnert told Düsseldorf's "Rheinische Post".
The proposal for a child welfare plan based on the principle that "all children are equally worthy" has passed. Unlike the suggestion of Greens leader Robert Habeck, Nahles was right to defend security, such as strengthening the legal demands of social security. Kühnert said, "But the basic benefits can be calculated correctly." The calculation trick "black and yellow in 2011 trumped the number of recipients to tens of billions of dollars." This will eventually be over, "Adabos said.
Verdi's president Frank BBirske supports the replacement of Andrea Nahles, leader of the SPD, with the social security system Hartz IV. "The SPD chair's point of view is in the right direction, because the sanctions can not be justified if Harz IV had to guarantee the existence of the poor, so the trade union chairman of the" union network Germany "said: The Hartz IV level, which can be as high as the rising unemployment benefit, should go back to "
Johannes Kahrs, a member of the Conservative Party's Shiheimer Circle, urged the 2021 federal election to submit a new draft for the welfare state. "There will be no new elections before 2021, and then the SPD must follow the new welfare state concept in the campaign," Kahrs "Rheinische Post" said. It does not matter what the Union thinks. Generally, he wonders that the Union is now praising the powerless SPD and green reforms.
Nahles' idea described Kahrs as "a good foundation for discussion". At the same time he praised the previous reforms. Kahrs said, "The fact that there is almost complete employment today is due to agenda policy." Today, however, we must oppose the use of temporary workers.