The face of a district deputy from the CDU has seen numerous Eimsbüttler last through the windshields of their parked cars. There stuck in the weeks of the district election campaign a likeness behind the windshield wiper, next to a saying: "SPD and Greens want to destroy parking here, I do not want that." Hardly more than four months ago, the Christian Democrats in Eimsbüttel now make common cause with the Greens and demand, according to the draft of the green-black coalition agreement, that "moving and parked cars give way: space for pedestrians, space for trees, space for safe cycling ". The social democrats, the change in traffic of the Greens was too radical, also failed because of the coalition negotiations of the two parties. Now the CDU makes it possible.
CDU: The new friend of the Greens
The Hamburg Christian Democrats are turning to the left again. A risky maneuver