Economics Minister Bernd Althusmann canceled at short notice, Boris Pistorius likes pasta and wine: Our correspondent Peter Mlodoch asked around again this week in Hanover.
Hanover – Our correspondent in Hanover, Peter Mlodoch, took a close look and listened. The result: The splitter of the week from the state capital.
Pasta lover Boris Pistorius
Lower Saxony’s Interior Minister Boris Pistorius (SPD) gave a deep insight into his personal provision on the subject of civil protection. Hoarding food and toilet paper is unnecessary, but some supplies should be, the department head recommended.
And came out as a pasta fan. “I could easily live on pasta for two weeks, I have enough tomato sauce and spices. That’s no problem.” Pistorius also reported that he always had two boxes at home. “And there are also some bottles of wine.”
All this is more than sufficient for his one-person household. However, the question remains as to how long the hoarded water will last with the constant pasta cooking.
“He probably doesn’t want to win the state election anymore”
The short-term cancellation of Lower Saxony’s Economics Minister Bernd Althusmann (CDU) as a discussion partner at the ADAC media talk about the upcoming Ideas Expo triggered malicious speculation.
“He probably doesn’t want to win the state elections anymore,” blasphemed FDP parliamentary secretary Christian Grascha about the absence of the challenger to SPD Prime Minister Stephan Weil.
The CDU boss is pinching because he fears the critical questions from the moderator Mandy Sarty, as well as a rumor that has persistently made the rounds and that a number of listeners probably considered plausible.
All fake. Althusmann was traveling with Weil for the benefit of the country – as a member of the VW Supervisory Board at its postponed meeting in Wolfsburg.
New service offer from the city of Hanover
MacChicken week is known from a large burger chain, discount weeks from furniture stores, action weeks from kitchen studios. But “ID Weeks”? This is a new service offered by the city of Hanover to its residents.
In view of the expected travel time, please quickly check passports and ID cards for validity, recommended regulatory officer Axel von der Ohe (SPD). The administration is staffed for an attack.
“We are deliberately pooling our strengths so that the holiday preparations run as smoothly as possible in this regard.” This is also urgently needed. In recent years there have been repeated complaints about annoying long waiting times in the citizen registration offices.
Four police stations were suddenly cut off from the telephone network
This can even happen to the police. A cable got caught during construction work. Four offices in and around Hanover were suddenly disconnected from the telephone network on Wednesday morning.
There was no connection to the police stations at the trade fair, in the districts of Bemerode and Mittelfeld or to the commissariat in the suburb of Laatzen. “The police department points out that in urgent cases the emergency call must be dialed,” said the police department of the state capital hastily.
General information can be obtained from nearby departments that are not affected by the failure. A few hours later the spook was over.
It is not known whether any criminal gangs took advantage of the law enforcement officers’ temporary speechlessness. (Peter Mlodoch)