Kubicki compares Federal Minister of Economics Habeck with Vladimir Putin
Berlin The deputy FDP-Chairman Wolfgang Kubicki has applied to the Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck (Greens) after a comparison with the Kremlin boss Wladimir Putin “formally” excused. “To put him in line with a wanted war criminal is utter nonsense and a blunder. That doesn’t work at all,” said Kubicki of the German Press Agency on Wednesday in Berlin. “Robert Habeck is an upstanding Democrat and I’d rather argue with him on the matter than over the path of defamation.”
In the talk show “Veto” on the platform “MASS TASTE TV”, Kubicki said, among other things: “Putin and Habeck have a similar conviction that the state, the leader, the chosen ones, know better than the people what is good for them. Habeck has a concept of freedom that Vladimir Putin could easily translate to his own ruling milieu.
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