Potsdam (dpa / bb) - The Brandenburg state parliament is debating today (9:30 a.m.) about promoting the economy after the corona pandemic.

At the request of the CDU parliamentary group at this current hour, the question should be what lessons must be learned from the Corona crisis.

Furthermore, it must be checked whether bureaucracy in the allocation of funds or a lack of digitization represent further obstacles for the economy.

An application by the red-black-green government groups provides for a start-up offensive to support start-ups and successions.

The plenum is also debating a motion from the AfD parliamentary group that Prime Minister Dietmar Woidke should dismiss Minister of Education Britta Ernst (both SPD) because of her education policy in the corona pandemic.

Ernst is not in a position to limit the effects of the corona restrictions on students, teachers and parents or even to make them more bearable, according to the AfD's application.

At the beginning of the week, teachers and parents' associations had also sharply criticized the minister for the short-term suspension of attendance for students and demanded consequences.

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Request for the current hour

Application for the start-up offensive

Application by the AfD