The Bavarian JU chairman Christian Doleschal wants to persuade CDU man Wolfgang Schäuble to withdraw from the German Bundestag for the reorganization of the Union. There is one major catch.
Munich / Berlin – Does the next prominent CDU politician have to leave the German Bundestag after the debacle in the federal election in 2021? The move of chairs in the Union is apparently far from over. Recently, Secretary General Paul Ziemiak announced a completely new federal board.
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Then still-Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (59 years) and Still-Economics Minister Peter Altmaier (63) announced that they wanted to make their mandates for the parliament available to younger CDU politicians from Saarland. Your seats in the parliamentary group should be loud MIRRORS 38-year-old Nadine Schön and 41-year-old Markus Uhl take. While the political future of the failed CDU chancellor candidate Armin Laschet continues to be puzzled, the chairman of the Young Union of Bavaria is now calling on another CDU top politician to withdraw from the Bundestag.
Others should go for a renewal of the Union.
Specifically: Christian Doleschal wants 79-year-old Wolfgang Schäuble to vacate his place in the German parliament after decades. “Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauers and Peter Altmaier’s waiver of their mandates deserves great respect and is a sign of the new beginning,” said the 33-year-old Doleschal MIRRORS: “Others should take this courageous step in the service of a renewal of the Union. Above all, those who have been in the Bundestag for several decades should think about this – for example Wolfgang Schäuble. “
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The catch: Schäuble had recently won the direct mandate for his constituency of Offenburg once again. He has been in the Bundestag for the southern Baden region since 1972. And the people there obviously want it to stay that way. Even more: Schäuble is the longest-serving MP in Germany.
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But: Schäuble had recently vehemently supported Laschet’s candidacy for chancellor and is probably also associated with his failure within the Union. He also publicly criticized both (still) Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) and CSU boss Markus Söder. In addition, the Badener has long been said to have a difficult relationship with the Bavarian sister party CSU. Is the CSU, of all people, driving his political retirement? (pm) *Merkur.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA