Strengthening Federalism and Critically Questioning Structural Change

The state economy is resilient. However, federalism must not be compromised. The aim should be a society where everyone can and should take responsibility without "too many cooks spoiling the broth". This is possible with intelligent systems that integrate and support both men and women. The foundation of solid public health is to have a voice, collaborate, and participate in decision-making. This, in turn, can be significantly improved and achieved with sensible digitalisation. Generally understandable, reliable, and credibly controlled standards strengthen every national economy in the long run.

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