Why was Steinmeier allowed to laugh, but Laschet wasn’t?

WWhy wasn’t Laschet allowed to laugh, but Steinmeier could? Well, of course everyone can laugh where and how they want. But the price is very different. Armin Laschets Lacher is well known. When asked about his biggest mistake in the election campaign, the chancellor candidate himself mentioned laughter in the flood zone in an interview … Read more

This celebrity is hoping to meet her

The Angela Merkel era ends on December 8th. Your successor, Olaf Scholz, is elected and sworn in. But what does the Federal Chancellor a. D. with your free time? A VIP hopes to meet her on vacation. Was for 16 years Angela Merkel the Federal Chancellor of the FRG, she did not run for a … Read more

Laschet congratulates Ampel on style and form

Armin Laschet in Düsseldorf in October. The failed Union candidate turned out to be a good loser. Image: dpa The failed Union Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet proved to be a good loser and earned a lot of recognition for it. “This is how fair opposition works. Hats off, ”tweeted Labor Minister Hubertus Heil. Dhe failed … Read more

Helge Braun is considering candidacy for CDU chairmanship

IIn the Hessian CDU there are explorations about a possible candidacy of the executive head of the Chancellery, Helge Braun, for the federal chairmanship of the party. According to information from the German press agency from party circles on Tuesday evening, Braun is said to have the support of the Hessian CDU chairman Volker Bouffier … Read more

Söder taunts at the party conference of the Saxony CDU

KPolitics, and even self-criticism, has always been a rarity at party congresses of the Saxon CDU. But the times are such that this beloved tradition inevitably ends. On Saturday the party met in Dresden to evaluate the election campaign and to re-elect the leadership. Stefan Locke Correspondent for Saxony and Thuringia based in Dresden. Michael … Read more

NRW wants to strengthen bicycle traffic and is receiving criticism from bicycle associations

In North Rhine-Westphalia a law to strengthen cycling has been passed. The state parliament accepted the draft on Thursday with the votes of the black and yellow government factions. It is the first law of its kind in a flat country. Prime Minister Hendrik Wüst (CDU), who succeeded Armin Laschet in office just over a … Read more