CDU chairmanship: Merz, Laschet and Röttgen in the parallel world

When politics consisted only of organization, the Union would win all federal elections for the next 30 to 50 years – with an absolute majority. While parliamentary committees still cannot manage virtual meetings in the sixth month of the pandemic and the Chancellor also struggles with sound problems when she briefs journalists via video, the youngsters of the party set up an event with American dimensions on Saturday evening amid corona distance rules.

Right next to the Brandenburg Gate in a representative building in the middle of political Berlin, co-financed by a dozen large corporations and companies, broadcast live on television, Armin Laschet, Friedrich Merz and Norbert Röttgen go into their first direct confrontation.


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