Should Germany return to “fiscal prudence”? CDU member debates with Green MEP ahead of elections

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“It’s very difficult to explain to German taxpayers why they should be pay for the debt of others,” argues #CDU member Jens Henning Fischer. He disagrees with #Greens Member of the European Parliament Michael Bloss who argues that a return to fiscal purity is “too inward looking” ahead of Germany’s #Bundestagswahl21 elections.

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