A question that Hamburg has applied to the mayor himself. In an Interview with the German press Agency Tschentscher declared that he expects to see in this legislature with Amendments on the Senate Bank. "I'm going to assume that it also comes in this, but there is no scheduled time," said Tschentscher.Hamburg: exchange in the Senate not uncommon
He refers to the fact that there have been in each parliamentary term reshuffles. Alone in the last Senate there were several changes. For example, because it moved the Ex-mayor Olaf Scholz (SPD) to Berlin. Or is it because the former Senator for Culture Barbara Kisseler (SPD) after a serious illness died. Or because Ex-Senator for economy, Frank Horch (independent) for family reasons, resigned.
officially, at Least in the current legislative session, no change of personnel, although some senators are expected to secure anything other than in the saddle.Hamburg: a critique of two senators
in Particular, the new Senator for justice, the lawyer Anna Gallina (Green), Not-in justice-circles professionally viewed critically. Tschentscher shows, however, unimpressed. "I am satisfied with the personnel decisions that we have overall," he says. And he should probably look more to his own party as to the staff of the coalition partners. After all, there's SPD page needed in the Senate Correction.
"We have, in terms of the requirements of the SPD for a woman to be little in the Senate. I agreed that we manufacture in the case of a change in the Senate, quoting again,“ said Tschentscher. From the point of view of the Opposition, there would have been this way already, this had recently demanded namely the resignation of Senator for the interior, Andy Grote (SPD) for the "Corona Party". The mayor, however, remains on the Senator.Hamburg Senate: through Stapelfeldt full?
But Senator, then, next, finish? Conceivable Bausenatorin Dorothee Stapelfeldt (SPD) would be. It was already said before re-election, to be tired of office, – wanted to continue to make them. At least for the time being.Hamburg's Senator for School is not undisputed
Whether the 63-Year-old would really like a complete, and sometimes very strenuous, legislature, type, is, however, questionable. Problem: Even if you follow in the Senate, a woman, would not improve the SPD their quota.
political observers school Senator Ties Rabe (SPD) is therefore regarded as a change candidate. In contrast to its male-SPD Senate colleagues Carsten Brosda (culture) and Andreas Dressel (Finance) does not apply, already controversial, enters much less confidently, and in a brick. That is not enough, however, to replace it. The also Tschentscher, the may need to find in five years that he has made a mistake with his words white.
This article was written by Mike Schlink
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