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Bureaucracy Relief Act of the traffic light coalition: “Simply embarrassing” – Associations sharply criticize the plans for bureaucratic reduction

During an inquiry, associations had submitted 400 proposals for bureaucratic reduction, of which only 34 were fully implemented.

“This measly implementation rate is simply embarrassing,” said Marie-Christine Ostermann, head of the family business association, to “Bild am Sonntag”. What the traffic light coalition is delivering is not sufficient. Furthermore, “additional laws are being added constantly.”

“This measly implementation rate is simply embarrassing”

Verena Bentele, President of the VdK Social Association, also criticized in “Bild am Sonntag”: “It is alarming that all our proposals for reducing bureaucracy have been rejected.” There are so many ways to provide assistance to people more quickly if they were not “overwhelmed by a bureaucratic monster.”

Ingrid Hartges, Managing Director of Dehoga, told the newspaper: “None of our proposals were accepted – this is disappointing and frustrating.” What the traffic light coalition is implementing is by no means beneficial. “The bureaucracy reduction offered by the coalition is obviously their lowest common denominator.”

“Federal government disappoints across the board with its current measures”

Rainer Dulger, President of the Employers’ Association, told “Bild am Sonntag”: “The federal government is disappointing across the board with its current measures.” His demand: The Scholz government should finally seriously engage with the proposals of the economy.

And Holger Lösch, Deputy CEO of the BDI, criticized: “The government’s proposals for reducing bureaucracy fall short of expectations in terms of quantity and quality.”

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