Tomorrow it is 75 years since extermination camp Auschwitz - Birkenau was liberated. I visited the site before the E ...
Member of the European Parliament
Many decisions made in Brussels directly affect Lower Bavaria. Our national legislation is getting more and more “Europeanised”.
As a Member of the European Parliament, it is therefore crucial to keep a watchful eye on future legal developments and to incorporate Lower Bavarian interests into the legislative process in a constructive and responsible manner. At the same time, I strive not to lose sight of the essential social and political elements: not every single problem in Europe has to be solved at European level. The focus of my parliamentary work for Lower Bavaria concerns proposals in the legislative process, which reflect the concerns of my home region. Acting as an interface between Lower Bavaria and Brussels, I engage and promote concrete Lower Bavarian projects such as the development of infrastructure, the use of EU funds, and town twinning, in close cooperation with the European Commission.