FDP against tax increases by the next government

(GermanPolicy.com) – The FDP insists on its election promise not to raise taxes if a government is formed with the Liberals. The FDP General Secretary Volker Wissing emphasized that the “clear statement” will not be abandoned. He explained that tax policy is always a major hurdle. The party programs of both the Union parties and the SPD looked very different from that of the Liberals, and the FDP is closer to the CDU-CSU.

Otto Fricke (FDP) said that disappointingly, 2017 was “the fifth wheel on the car”. This time, there is great hope that this time essential points of the political program of the liberals will be implemented. Fricke specified: “There are two red lines – no changes to the debt brake in the constitution and no tax increases.”

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