Now a Greens politician has experienced first-hand what such a regulation is. brings with it.
Berlin – Politicians don’t have it easy! Politicians make necessary laws and regulations that people don’t always like. Now a Green politician has experienced first-hand what such a cold regulation entails!
Renate Künast (66) freezes in the Bundestag – when she tweets that, it hails a hot wind…
It’s hard to believe: with a tweet about the “cooled” Bundestag, the 66-year-old first got excited, then excited the minds of the Twitter community!
“I’m sitting in the office with a coat and a 3rd cup of hot water – also to warm my hands. I doubt it’s 19 degrees. Next week I’ll come with a blanket, hot-water bottle and hat.” (spelling mistakes copied from the original), wrote Künast yesterday, Friday.
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The Green woman’s tweet has been commented on almost 4,000 times so far. One thing can be said about her hot cup of tea: there is hardly any sympathy for the member of the Bundestag.
Apparently she didn’t realize that all public buildings are currently “heated” to 19 degrees to save energy…
“From September 1, 2022, stricter requirements for saving energy will apply. The new Energy Saving Ordinance regulates measures to reduce the consumption of electricity and heating nationwide. Among other things, public buildings may only be heated to a maximum of 19 degrees from September. The requirements apply until End of February 2023,” says the Bund-Verlag to the heating regulation.
So came what had to come: A huge shitstorm poured over the green.