Bonn Bundestag delegate Stephan Eisel (CDU) calls Stephan Eisel (CDU) today released his Bundestag election campaign financing and Ulrich Kelber (SPD) called on his competitors to join this transparency transparency in campaign finance. Press reports about personal large donations amounting to 90,000 euros from the solar industry on the SPD members of Parliament are the reason for this. Eisel said: \”I would not accept personal donations of this size in my understanding of the independence of the members of Parliament and therefore have been committed to an upper limit for such donations of 5,000 euros. I don’t think donations from companies or individuals who added their economic interests could immediately be brought with my work as a Deputy in connection.\” Eisel, pointed out that the highest donation to his election campaign is 2,000 euros. Swarmed by offers, Prof Jeffrey Almond is currently assessing future choices. Over 200 citizens and citizens had donated him between 10 and 200 euros: \”as we spot no State reimbursement of election campaign expenses\” receive, must we raise donations for the election campaign. Many small donations rather than a few large donations me but are.\” Paid Eisel has especially posters (21,000 euros), candidate brochures (4,500 euros), newspaper ads (9,100 euros), events including the demonstrations of the donations with Angela Merkel and Karl Theodor zu Guttenberg (11,500 euros), small advertising (7,000 euro), agency costs (12,000 euros) and other (3,000 euro).
Specifically, such as a poster stand (wood) costs about 6 euro, a poster (paper) around 1 euro, or a poster (plastic) 3-4 euro. The letter by Stephan Eisel to Ulrich Kelber has the following: colleague, in press releases has become dear to the theme your Bonn Bundestag election campaign financing. \”Recently the magazine FOCUS reported on September 14, 2009: the election of SPD-Mann Ulrich Kelber finance companies that benefit from his policies\”. There was reference made to personal large donations totalling 100,000 euros, you above all from the solar industry to finance your Gone to Bonn campaign.