Munich should become a role model for other European metropolitan areas.
I am ...
European by conviction! I have consciously chosen the European idea and way of life. Neither in my school days nor in my job as a financial advisor have I ever had the opportunity to live in another European country. Nevertheless, I felt like a European and decided to get to know my home continent. So in my free time I started to travel and talk to local people about politics and Europe. During these trips I have experienced things in many cities that are going extraordinarily well. We should adopt these positive examples in Munich and at the same time export the ideas in which our city is a role model.
Volt convinces me because ...
Volt is the only party that offers citizens a truly European proposition.
I have been politically active for many years and have always been looking for a party like Volt, which demands a socially just, economically wise and sustainable Europe across national borders.
Together with Volt, I want to get more people interested in politics and turn the silent pro-European majority into a loud one again, which is resolutely opposed to the few loud nationalists.
Volt stands for a new way of making politics. We don't have any established politicians in our country. We are a young movement of normal people who have decided to watch no longer, but to help shape the development of our continent. This already starts on the local level.
My goals for Munich are
numerous. I'd like to talk about three of them briefly:
- All forms of shared mobility (public transport, bike or car sharing etc.) should be promoted at the expense of individual car traffic. In addition, we must give special protection to cyclists, e.g. by structurally separating the cycle path from the road.
- We must ensure that Munich remains an inclusive and colourful city where everyone can find affordable housing. That is why we are calling for comprehensive and versatile measures to create living space. In order to have enough time until the measures take effect, we all and I personally support the referendum 6 years rent freeze.
- I would like the 215,000 EU citizens to be adequately represented and heard in Munich. Without them our Munich would not be the same and therefore they need representation in the city council. In order to show that Munich is a European city, I will work to ensure that we permanently decorate the city hall (and other public buildings) with the EU flag.
Press (in German)
- München.tv: Europahaus im Rathaus: Marienplatz bekommt neue Attraktion
- München Nachrichten: Erlebnis Europa zieht ins Münchner Rathaus
- Süddeutsche Zeitung: Beteiligte sprechen von respektvollem Austausch über die "Vögel"
- Merkur: Tonnen von Hilfsgütern für Ukraine gebracht, 28 Flüchtlinge gerettet
- Süddeutsche Zeitung: "Wo Menschen sterben"
- Süddeutsche Zeitung: Münchner Stadträte müssen persönlich zu Sitzungen erscheinen
- Bild: Bürgerbudget soll München schöner machen
- Süddeutsche Zeitung: "Ein starkes und wichtiges Zeichen"
- Süddeutsche Zeitung: Plakate müssen am Boden stehen
- Süddeutsche Zeitung: Stadtrat streitet über "Bodenberührungspflicht" bei Wahlplakaten
- Süddeutsche Zeitung: "Ausrede" legen Betrieb lahm
- Abendzeitung: Mobilfunkausbau geht voran
- ORF ZIB Nacht: München plant Konzept für Klubs
- Süddeutsche Zeitung: Der neue Mann in Reihe sechs
- Abendzeitung: Die Neuen im Münchner Stadtrat
- Bild: Wir sind Münchens jüngste Stadträte