Bundestag Vice Kubicki: Chancellery ensures “division of society” – domestic politics

Now Bundestag Vice-President Wolfgang Kubicki (69, FDP) joins the debate on the rights of unvaccinated people – and attacks Chancellery Minister Helge Braun (48, CDU), who wants to give vaccinated people more freedom than unvaccinated people.

“That would be the de facto introduction of compulsory vaccinations through the back door – something that the federal government has always denied in big words,” rumors Kubicki on his Facebook page.

According to Kubicki, there are no fundamental rights of the first or second order which are dependent on “good conduct defined as ‘correct’ by the Chancellery”. Braun knows for sure, according to Kubicki’s assumption, that he is moving into “unconstitutional terrain” with his demand for unequal treatment of unvaccinated people.

► Kubicki’s accusation to the Chancellery: “Anyone who proceeds in this way will experience that he conjures up a massive division in society.”

Background: In „Image on Sunday “ The close confidante of Merkel, Braun, had called for the rights of unvaccinated people to be restricted even more in the event of high incidences. “Vaccinated people will definitely have more freedom than unvaccinated people,” said Braun. Certain offers such as “restaurant, cinema and stadium visits” could then be “no longer possible even for tested unvaccinated people” in the event of a stronger infection rate. These disadvantages should also be an argument for getting vaccinated at all.


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Chancellery Minister and Merkel confidante Helge Braun (48, CDU)Photo: MICHAEL KAPPELER / via REUTERS

As recently as March, Braun had said that a restriction of fundamental rights could no longer be justified if people had received a vaccination offer – even if they did not get vaccinated.

On Facebook, Kubicki broke the collar because of this 180-degree turn on Sunday!

Kubicki is not alone in this: CDU boss Armin Laschet also went on a confrontational course with the Chancellery and put a stop to the Braun advance.

“I do not believe in compulsory vaccinations and do not believe in indirectly putting pressure on people to get vaccinated,” said the Union’s candidate for chancellor in the summer interview with ZDF. And further: Anyone who has been “tested, recovered or vaccinated” is exempt from restrictions. “This principle is good,” said Laschet. “Freedom rights must apply to everyone if you don’t want to be vaccinated.”

NRW-Ministerpräsident und Unions-Kanzlerkandidat Armin Laschet (60, CDU) im ZDF-SommerinterviewPhoto: Marius Becker / ZDF

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NRW Prime Minister and Union Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet (60, CDU) in the ZDF summer interviewPhoto: Marius Becker / ZDF

One thing is clear: the political pressure on non-vaccinated people is increasing!

► For example, Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder (54, CSU) suggested that those who refused to be vaccinated would have to pay for their tests themselves if they wanted to go to a restaurant or the theater, for example. “Anyone who had a vaccination offer and consciously refuses it can no longer be tested free of charge in the long term,” said Söder of the “Augsburger Allgemeine”.

Bayerns Ministerpräsident Markus Söder (54, CSU)Photo: Sven Hoppe / dpa

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Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder (54, CSU) Photo: Sven Hoppe / dpa

► And Baden-Württemberg’s Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann (73, Greens) even said: “We are not planning any compulsory vaccination. I cannot rule out compulsory vaccination for all time. “

Baden-Württembergs Ministerpräsident Winfried Kretschmann (73, Grüne)Photo: Marijan Murat / dpa

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Baden-Württemberg’s Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann (73, Greens)Photo: Marijan Murat / dpa



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