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Winning team '8.11 .: The end is near' and best speaker Willy Witthaut - © private

From November 4th to 6th, this year's Black Forest Cup took place in Freiburg under the chief judge of Marion Seiche, Tobias Kube and Christian Strunck instead of. With the main responsibility Verena Wingerter and Jonas Bienert organized BP tournament was able to win in the final on the topic of "DHG, the opponents of Brexit in the British Parliament should vote against it"A team from Münster / Iserlohn (November 8th: The end is near, Philipp Schmidtke, Julian Vaterrodt, EO) against teams from Freiburg (You are back, Tanja Strukelj, Lara Tarbuk, ER), Tübingen (Medusa culture of dispute, Sabine Wilke, Alexander Ropertz, SR) and Mainz (DCJG Ultras - Bengalos instead of Rebuttal, Willy Witthaut, Jonas Weik, SO) prevail. In addition, the final jury, consisting of Marion Seiche, Tobias Kube, Sabrina Effenberger, Jan-Gunther Gosselke and Erik Thierolf as well as chaired by Christian Strunck, Willy Witthaut for the best speaker in a 3: 2 decision.

In addition to the above-mentioned teams, they also broke Munster Alsterwasser (Johannes Bechtle, Hamburg and Christoph Saß, Münster), We wanted to dig, but it was too cold for beach volleyball (Philippe Holzhey, Frederick Aly, Berlin Debating Union), Always trying (James Jaspersen and Anna Markus, Rederei (Heidelberg)) and The Popular Front of Judea (Julius Steen, Talking and Sibylla Jenner, Hamburg). The jurors continued to break Lennart Lokstein, Ferdinand Ferber, Julia Wadle, Jannis Limperg and Johannes Samlenski.

The inaugural government from Freiburg began the debate with speeches on the changed level of information (such as the now no longer promised £ 350 million for the NHS), the general information advantage of politicians, e.g. a better overview of the economic consequences, and the lack of participation of young generations, who would have to live much longer with the consequences of Brexit. The opposition replied that it was not Brexit itself that led so much to economic problems, but rather uncertainty about the future. She also accused the government of arbitrarily discriminating between old and young and between informed and less informed voters. She also criticized the government for pursuing a technocratic policy geared towards economic growth: According to the PO, there were enough British citizens who, even if they existed, were aware of the economic consequences but accepted them in order to be able to identify themselves preserve. This is to be respected in a democracy. In addition, on a legitimation (not legal) level, the people have already removed responsibility for the decision from parliament: Since David Cameron had expressly promised the people the opportunity to vote on Brexit during the election campaign, his election represents an implicit transfer of responsibility away from parliament In the subsequent government, the Tübingen team postulated that the parliamentarians' acceptance of the referendum, contrary to their own convictions, would lead to the erosion of the representative in favor of direct democracy. However, this must be avoided at all costs, as the average voter does not have the time to obtain sufficient information for every decision and is therefore not in a position to make a qualified choice. Instead, he should limit himself to the choice of a general policy direction and leave the detailed execution to professional politicians such as parliamentarians. Both opposition teams criticized this for the fact that such a separation was not possible: Should one then also ban parties like UKIP, since they deal less with a general direction than with a single issue? Furthermore, a topic like Brexit is a big decision on the direction. In addition, argued the people of Tübingen, referendums without a corresponding culture are susceptible to manipulation by populists. The closing opposition replied that it was arbitrary and undemocratic for the government to divide positions into “right” and “populist” according to their own opinion. In addition to this rebuttal, the closing opposition also deepened the points of the PO regarding the priority of the opinion of the population over what the parliament sees as right: the electorate is pluralistic, consists of young and old, rural and urban voters. The interests of all of these would still have to be respected by a rather homogeneous parliament.

The break:

1) DCJG Ultras - Bengalos instead of Rebuttal (Willy Witthaut, Jonas Weik), 11 points
2) Münster Alsterwasser (Johannes Bechtle, Christoph Sass), 10 points
3) You are back (Tanja Strukelj, Lara Tarbuk), 9 points
4) We wanted to dig, but it was too cold for beach volleyball (Philippe Holzhey, Frederick Aly), 8 points
5) Always trying hard (Jakobus Jaspersen and Anna Markus), 8 points
6) November 8th: The end is near (Philipp Schmidtke, Julian Vaterrodt), 7 points
7) The Popular Front of Judea (Julius Steen, Heidelberg, Sibylla Jenner), 7 points
8) Medusa culture of dispute - look me in the eye, little one (Sabine Wilke, Alexander Ropertz), 7 points

The topics at a glance:

VR1: DHG that the decision of the Federal Chancellor of 4.9.2015 to allow refugees to Germany is in Germany's long-term interest.

Infoslide: On September 4th, 2015, numerous refugees from Hungary made their way to Germany, after they had previously been poorly cared for in Hungary. Chancellor Angela Merkel then decided to allow these refugees to enter Germany.

VR2: DHG, companies that systematically violate the law for their own benefit (or take advantage of violations by third parties) should be able to be liquidated.

Infoslide: In a business and legal context, liquidation means the sale of all assets of a company with the aim of dissolving the company.

VR3: DHW allow women in such situations to have the egg cells inserted.

Infoslide: Case: A woman and a man who are together want a child, but this does not happen naturally. They then try artificial insemination, but it does not succeed either. At some point they split up. The woman still wants a child and is medically able to carry one to term, but only with the help of artificially fertilized egg cells. There are still frozen, fertilized egg cells from the experiments with the previous partner that the woman now wants to have inserted. There is no other option for them to have their own biological child. The ex-partner does not want this and is considering a lawsuit.

VR4: DHG, the EU should tighten economic sanctions against Russia as long as Russia continues to be active in the war in Syria.

HF: DH as the SPD would make a coalition statement in favor of Red-Red-Green in the election campaign for the next federal election.

Q: DHG, the opponents of Brexit in the British Parliament should vote against Brexit.