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Source: Die Linke “A bad plan doesn’t get better by trumpeting it again,” says Nicole Gohlke, spokeswoman for university and science policy of the DIE LINKE parliamentary group, with a view to the concept presented by Federal Minister of Education Anja Karliczek on bridging aids for students and Students in pandemic emergencies. Nicole Gohlke continues: “To date, the Minister of Education cannot explain why hundreds of thousands of students should not receive emergency aid analogous to basic security, even though they too have lost their part-time jobs through no fault of their own. The CDU minister has been bouncing off criticism of the other democratic parliamentary groups in the Bundestag, student councils, university management and unions for weeks. The fact that she fed the coalition partner with 100 million euros for the Studentenwerk is ridiculous and helps far too few in acute financial difficulties. I am also worried that more and more students will report, whose applications for hardship cases are rejected by the job centers, contrary to the message from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). You cannot rely on Karliczek’s word. I will not let the Federal Government run through this anti-social debt solution and will press for unpaid support for students in the Bundestag’s Education Committee next week. ”


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