Starting this week, parents in Germany have the right to a place in a day care center for pre-school children up to the age of three. But especially in larger cities such as Munich, there isn't enough capacity for them. It's very different in eastern Germany. Where has the most progress been made in expanding centers?
Are there enough care workers? Could there be a wave of litigation in the offing?
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Producer : Deutsche Welle