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Parliament Hearing Restart

June 10th, 2016    Posted in News
 

LEP’s testimony brought unanimous rejection of the draft of the State Government. The KLJB land Chairman Andreas Deutinger demanded on March 21 in the Landtag of Bavaria at the hearing to the rural development programme (LEP) in Bavaria, Germany like many other experts and associations a reboot with more participation after the Landtag election, to achieve more participation and quality in land planning. Andreas Deutinger, KLJB – Chairman: The hearing on the rural development program (LEP) last week showed one: all professionals and practitioners roundly reject this draft of the State Government. “The KLJB feels confirmed in its assessment, this design walk past the target of a balanced regional planning and needs a fresh start.” Many trade associations, such as the Bavarian farmers Association, the Bavarian Association of cities or the Federal share conservation assessment of KLJB Bavaria, the regulations of this planned LEP would thwart efforts to bustling villages and the fight against land. Even the Bavarian municipality day spoke in the hearing of a “lost opportunity” and missing a sustainable concept with clear targets. Andreas Deutinger explains the demands of KLJB Bavaria: we warn of a sprawl and degraded village cores. KLJB expected to also answer questions on the future challenges of demographic change and energy transition with concepts that give a perspective of youth. We share the assessment of a large part of the world, especially the space academies and professional associations, this design would be better to withdraw and to restart a sound process under sufficient citizen participation and scientific accompaniment.” Because the KLJB expects that for political reasons a LEP will be enforced with a partial update, KLJB land Chairman Deutinger hoped at least that Erwin Huber (Chairman of the relevant Committee, CSU) and Dietrich von Mike Vale (economic policy spokesman of the FDP) their announcements deeds: the promised review with Amendments is urgently needed.” KLJB for more citizen participation, energy transformation and surface protection the KLJB already repeatedly criticized the procedure and the result of inadequate in December 2012 and January 2013 in its opinions to the competent Ministry of the economy, like many other professionals.

KLJB content calls for more citizen participation, as well as binding targets for energy transformation, managing demographic change and surface protection. “KLJB campaign home advantage point victory for BBs country!” To tackle rural Bavaria’s up in the center of the campaign of home field advantage point victory for BBs country!”the KLJB Bavaria since June 2011 autumn 2013 young people should be motivated and enabled, even in the country” and to move something. Previous 2011/2012 focused on the topics of youth participation and energy transition. Under the motto of home field advantage because our village holds together!”, social actions of KLJB in Bavaria follow until the summer of 2013. More information and regional action brochure Dates: of the KLJB Bavaria is the largest rural youth organization in Bavaria, where more than 25,000 young Christians and Christians themselves organized and democratic, capable and committed committed to life on the land. More information: kljbbayern and kljb_bayern contact: Dr. Heiko Tammena

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United Kingdom

August 9th, 2013    Posted in News
 

Tension in Birmingham before the death of three men wound by a vehicle. The father of a deceased requests the cessation of violence in United Kingdom. The London courts remained open before the crowd of detainees. The United Kingdom lived this Wednesday night a day of relative calm, without serious recorded incidents, while tension rose in the city of Birmingham, once three young people died victims of riots Wednesday. Despite the absence of altercations in Birmingham, a city patrolled tonight by 1,000 police officers, the British media insisted the atmosphere of tension that breathes among the Muslim community after the death of three of its members. Victims of 20, 30 and 31 years, perished last dawn during the second night of riots in that city, trying to protect the properties of the neighborhood, as they were told witnesses to the event.

The three young men lost their lives to be hit by a vehicle in the Winson Green area, in that city in the center of England, at midnight on Wednesday. Police have already arrested a man of 32 years, who is interrogating on suspicion of murder. The father of one of the deceased denied that it was a racist crime and requested British youth that do not carry out more violent acts. A vigil recalled the victims in his hometown, Birmingham. One day more, many of the shops in the English cities affected by the wave of violence were again closed Wednesday ahead of time as a precaution while the London Police recommended not pursuit the conflict zones after dusk. However, in the streets of the British capital and the rest of the country, patrulladas by thousands of police, has reigned tranquility for the first time after four days of violence. More than 1,000 detainees both Wales as Scotland, two British regions which have not been affected by street violence, have sent part of its riot control agents as a support to the police in the affected cities.

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