Berlin (AP) - The tone in the dispute over the summer holidays in Germany has tightened again. Berlin's Mayor Michael Müller, for example, accused Bayern and Baden-Württemberg of playing Germanyfunk as an "attack on federalism". Bavaria's Prime Minister Markus Söder had previously said: "We have our biorhythms with the holidays - we want to keep that," he said. Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg do not traditionally participate in the so-called rolling system of the federal states during the holiday dates.
Education: criticism of southern federal states in the summer holiday dispute
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