Are there any plans to reform the German orthography even more?
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There is a well-known statement by Johanna Wanka, now Federal Minister for Education and Research, and formerly Minister for Science and Culture of the states of Brandenburg and Lower Saxony and president of the Kultusministerkonferenz, that appeared in an interview in "Spiegel" in January 2006: "The Ministers of Culture have long known that the spelling reform was wrong. For reasons of state, it has not been withdrawn." („Die Kultusminister wissen längst, dass die Rechtschreibreform falsch war. Aus Gründen der Staatsräson ist sie nicht zurückgenommen worden.“)
So, while there may indeed be a few people who are in favor of further changes of the German orthography (I wouldn't call them improvements myself), it is very unlikely that such plans are supported by the current political class.