News podcast: The European elections could weaken Brussels

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Written By Maya Cantina

Between June 6 and 9, citizens of the European Union a new European Parliament was elected. On Sunday it will be Germany’s turn. Here, as in other countries, especially France, Italy and the Netherlands, election forecasts predict strong gains for right-wing parties. How might the majority situation change? European parliament change after Sunday? And: what would the rise of right-wing parties mean for EU politics? Helena Schmidt talks about this What now? of Ulrich Ladurnerforeign correspondent for ZEIT in Brussels.

In certain cases, residents may take action against parked sidewalks. The Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig decided this on Thursday. However, the parked cars must ‘significantly restrict’ the sidewalk. The judge does not want to say what exactly this means. In addition, the right to inspection by cities and municipalities only applies to your own front door. Hanno Rauterberg from the feature section of ZEIT has discussed this judgment in more detail and submits the thesis: Anyone who wants to regulate the big city has not understood the conditions of living in the big city. In the podcast he explains what conditions these are and how you can learn to deal with them better.

Or else? With the image Earthrise he changed our view of the world, as astronaut William Anders died in a plane crash.

Moderation and production: Helena Schmidt

Collaboration: Susanne Hehr and Clara Löffler

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