The deputy speaker of the German parliament, Wolfgang Kupecky, warned that the country, because of its inability to solve the problem of the energy crisis, and a number of other problems, risks becoming a bankrupt and dysfunctional state.

In an interview with Balad newspaper, he stressed that “if we continue in this way, if we want to pay energy subsidies for years, we aren’t only in danger of state socialism, but state bankruptcy”.

He added, “110 billion Euros, which will be used additionally to import energy and its resources after the unwillingness or impossibility to receive energy resources from Russia, will be unavailable in other regions, and this money cannot be printed and covered with the help of taxpayers”.

At the same time, the coalition government, in such a situation, gives up nuclear power production and gas extraction, which infuriates politics.

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