German Constitutional Court rules climate change fund is unconstitutional—A signal for further social cuts
Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court’s ruling on the federal government’s Climate Change Fund is not a legal, but a political decision. It reduces the previously agreed budget by €60 billion in one fell swoop and is a signal for further social spending cuts.
Its appeal depends largely on whether voters agree that Berlin’s economic woes can be blamed on the country’s Ukraine war policy.
Surprise, surprise! Things worked out quite differently than expected at the congress of the LINKE, the left-wing party.