Donberg CDU

January 11, 2024

CDU faction Remscheid and Solingen Wuppertal want in future more closely cooperate the participants of the meeting to the Donberg in Wuppertal, at this time also the Wuppertaler Mayor Peter Jung and city Treasurer Dr. Johannes Slawig, as well as the Remscheid Mayor candidate Jochen Siegfried (all CDU) that were agreed, that the cooperation of the three factions of the Council should be intensified. A first concrete result of the meeting: Experts of the three factions of the CDU Council will draw up a paper, which is engaged in the mountainous landscape of education. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Peter Asaro has to say. In non-formal education, training, and also the placement of trainees or in special education for migrants want to Wuppertal, Remscheid and Solingen closer together. In addition all three municipalities have a similar medium-sized economic structure, which suggests a common approach. We understand the bergische cooperation as a contribution to the consolidation. All three cities are located in the so-called Vanity case in terms of the Joint Declaration of the Berg and the Ruhr cities titled escaping the debt trap ‘.

Is our signal to Dusseldorf and Berlin: the CDU parliamentary groups in Wuppertal, Remscheid and Solingen go a common line in terms of local finance, because our primary aim must be a secure future for our bergisches land. This joint action will be constructive but also critical. Citizens in the Bergisches Land can rest assured that we us even more will use for an appropriate Community financial reform, which finally lets air breathe our cities”, so the assessment by Veit, cancer and Simon. Together we are strong”is the motto for the future to say. Keep it not with noble intentions, you want to swap a now regularly with each other at the working level. Solingen will be the next host of the Conference of the three Presidents and their staff on July 1. Ever after Occasion will strengthen the round then other politicians or experts in administration and economy.

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