Government: bureaucracy reduction talk: hail for data protection cuts

According to an SWR report on Friday, top representatives of the state government and municipalities want to talk about reducing bureaucratic hurdles and state regulations.

Government: bureaucracy reduction talk: hail for data protection cuts

According to an SWR report on Friday, top representatives of the state government and municipalities want to talk about reducing bureaucratic hurdles and state regulations. "Everything has to be on the table on Friday. We need a clear schedule, a process and a common definition of goals," said the head of the CDU parliamentary group in the state parliament, Manuel Hagel, to the broadcaster in Stuttgart.

Specifically, he proposed, for example, cutbacks in data and fire protection as well as in the staff representation law in the public sector. Hagel explained that numerous new regulations and hurdles had been set up on these issues over the course of time. "Here we have very specific issues that we can tackle immediately."

According to the report, the Minister of State and Head of the State Chancellery, Florian Stegmann (Greens), meets the Presidents of the City, Municipal and District Councils. Municipalities and business had called on Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann (Greens) to convene a "future convention" "to initiate a change towards a modern future state with reliable and implementable commitments". "The time is ripe for a new mindset and for more personal responsibility," said Hagel. Politicians should commit themselves to abolishing another with each new regulation.

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