MUNICH – government Buildings in the German state of Bavaria on Friday, a cross, with Jesus in the hall, hang. On the initiative of the minister president of the state parliament adopted in april the controversial “kruiswet,” that that requires.
According to Markus Söder (CSU), press the cross on the wall, “the christian-western tradition” of Bavaria. Only colleges, museums, and theatres are duty-exempt.
The kruisplicht encounter fierce resistance, even from within church circles. The SPD requires Söder that he admits made a mistake with the new duty, and reproaching the minister-president that he the cross has been abused for his “election campaign.” The Bavarian Greens have called the duty of “illegal.”
Later this month, wants to Söder a roundtable discussion about the kruisplicht with representatives from the Bavarian community.
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