European Union against toll

Against the toll of the European Union: EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker allegedly called Prime Minister Angela Merkel and complained about the application of toll charges to foreigners. The government denied the allegation.
Last week, after a long debate, the law adopted by the council of ministers has been criticized for putting citizens of other EU member states at a disadvantage.
The Christian Social Union (CSU), the junior partner of the coalition government, has promised a pre-election election promise ob Highways will be paid to foreign drivers Ko. The Federal Council of Ministers, however, approved the law that made it possible last week, but the debate continues. The reason is that the European Union opposes this process.
According to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung (FAS), European Commission Commissioner Jean-Claude Juncker called Prime Minister Angela Merkel and complained that Germany would ask a foreign car driver for a toll to use German roads as of 2016.
According to the newspaper, Juncker Merkel'e application violates EU law, he said. Thereupon, Merkel asked the Federal Minister of Transport Alexander Dobrindt to talk with EU Transport Commissioner Violera Bulc about the open issues.
In other news, Bulc wrote a letter to Dobrindt and warned not to violate the Convention on Non-Apology. The Federal Government has announced that there is no such complaint.
In EU countries, it is based on the fact that the citizens of some member states are not disadvantaged. In the tolls of the Germans, an unwanted wage is requested from the citizens of other EU member states. Another criticism of Brussels is that short-term vignettes are too expensive for foreign flocks.



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