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Kramp-Karrenbauer and Dreyer have to do without a hairdresser

Saarbrucken – Some politicians are currently feeling the effects of closed hairdressing salons on their own heads. CDU boss Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer told the Saarbrucker Newspaper: “If hairdressers are closed for a while, I will soon look at least in terms of hairstyle like I did in the 1980s.” She is now forced to let her hair grow, “which is really difficult with short hairstyles,” said the Minister of Defense. “In the morning I try to tame it somehow.”

The Rhineland-Palatinate Prime Minister Malu Dreyer (SPD) already misses hairdressing visits in the Corona crisis, said a spokeswoman for the newspaper. Dreyer hopes “to avoid a bad hair day as much as possible”.

Federal Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier (CDU) is not aware of such problems: “I am in a good situation: Since I was appointed Federal Minister of the Environment in 2012, I have basically cut my few remaining hairs myself,” he said. “Nevertheless, I sincerely wish all hairdressing shops that they will be there for their customers again soon,” emphasized Altmaier.

Muzaffar Ahmad Noori Bajwa
Muzaffar Ahmad Noori Bajwa
Founding Editor of The Eastern Herald, Political & Foreign Relations Strategist.

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