30.11.2021 – 00:30
The head of the NRW State Chancellery, Nathanael Liminski (CDU), wants to campaign for more noise protection at Cologne / Bonn Airport if he is elected to the Düsseldorf state parliament. Liminski told the “Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger” (Tuesday edition) that “important decisions” were pending at Cologne / Bonn Airport. “I want to make sure that we keep it as an economic engine, but that the residents in the approach lanes are better protected from the noise.” Liminski also rejected claims that he was connected to the Catholic organization “Opus Dei”, which is controversial because of its conservative positions and secretive tendencies. “I am neither a member of this group, nor do I have any closeness,” emphasized the confidante of the former Prime Minister Armin Laschet. His Christian faith was “the source of my serious respect for other people and their opinions,” said Liminski. His faith also reminds him “time and again to do my part to make this world a little bit better. The Bible does not provide any guidance for concrete political decisions.”
Liminski is applying for a state parliament mandate in Lohmar (Rhein-Sieg district). On Wednesday, a CDU general assembly will decide whether the 36-year-old will be nominated for the 2022 state election.
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