German Federal finance minister Schulz wants to cancel the pure male Club tax preference
只接受男子的射击行会或体育俱乐部可能很快就会失去其作为慈善组织的地位。这就是财政部长奥拉夫·舒尔茨（Olaf Scholz）想要的。联邦财政法院也有意见。乙 undesfinanzminister奥拉夫·肖尔茨希望纯爷们俱乐部不享受慈善机构和相关利益的状况。“ Bind am Sonntag”的社民党政治家说：“我们目前正在改变慈善法。”
Men only shooting clubs or sports clubs may soon lose their status as charities. That's what finance minister Olaf Scholz wants. The federal court of finance also has an opinion. Underesfinanzminster Olaf Scholz wants the pure men's club to not enjoy the status of charities and related interests. "We are currently changing the charity law," said the SPD politician at bind am Sonntag
"In my opinion, clubs that do not accept women in general are not charitable. No one who excludes women should be entitled to any tax benefits and issue receipts for donations. "There are hundreds of clubs throughout Germany, such as archery associations or sports clubs, but only men are allowed to participate." Said Scholes. Scholz is running for SPD president with Klara geywitz.
Despite all the problems, the Union and SPD still hope to delay the temporary balancebetween their union and spdgroko's real state through the legislature, which reveals what federal financial court has solved in a decision in 2017: according to this, the Masonic hotels that exclude women from membership are not charitable organizations. At the time, the court said that lodge had no compelling factual reason to exclude women. It was said at the time that the decision could affect other clubs. Recognition of charitable status is a prerequisite for obtaining tax preference.