These tasks are waiting for Friedrich Merz

The new chairman, 66 years old, born in Brilon, Sauerland, almost in tears, thanked him for “the strong mandate.” At the party conference, Merz indicated the direction he wanted to take: “Powerful opposition in the federal government” had to be the CDU , win the next state elections and develop their own ideas, which lead … Read more

CDU wants to elect Armin Laschet’s successor for chairmanship in January

The CDU now has a timetable for the election of its new chairman: After a member survey, a party congress is supposed to do this officially elect to office in January. The board of directors unanimously approved this on Tuesday. the CDU will ask the grassroots who should become the new party leader or the … Read more

Brinkhaus calls for cohesion at the JU in Münster

Dhe chairman of the Union parliamentary group, Ralph Brinkhaus, wants to bring the Union back to its full potential. “We as a Union must never be dependent on one face again,” he said on Sunday at the Junge Union’s Germany Day in Münster. He sees the Union as an “organization with incredible potential”. He distinguished … Read more

Taxes and minimum wages: compromises for the traffic light coalition

Dhe Green politician Jürgen Trittin defends his party’s waiver of tax increases for the rich in the traffic light explorations. “The delegates know that there are no tax cuts for higher earners. The Greens prevailed, ”says the former party leader of the Bild am Sonntag. “On the other hand, there is no greater burden on … Read more

“We could have had too”: Merz pays respect for exploratory paper

Saturday, October 16, 2021 “We could have had too” Merz pays respect for exploratory paper United and willing to compromise: In the exploratory talks, the three traffic light parties show that they are ready to enter into coalition negotiations as quickly as possible. Most CDU politicians are critical of the exploratory paper that has now … Read more

The CDU is looking for a chairman

Berlin He walks slowly through the corridor of the Münsterlandhalle towards the stage, nods to the left and right, greets the rhythmically clapping crowd, followed by cameras and microphones. Friedrich Merz is there, in Münster at the federal party conference of the Junge Union. “It’s a bit like two years ago – dear Friedrich Merz, … Read more