Federal Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer criticized the result of the AfD in his home town of Passau.
At the same time he made losses himself and gives reasons for this.
Passau - In this year's federal election *, the AfD achieved a good result in the constituency of Passau *.
With 11.78 percent, she got around five percentage points less than in the 2017 election.
However, it has become the third strongest force behind the CSU * and SPD *.
Federal election 2021: Andreas Scheuer is appalled by the strong CSU result
However, Federal Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer (CSU) is not at all happy about the result *. Although he was relieved by the results of the civic camp at the federal level, he was also worried about the AfD * shares in his home country. "That worries me very much," said the Lower Bavarian CSU district chief on Sunday evening in the
. "And in some areas you are very surprised because we have set ourselves apart very hard."
Regarding his own result, he said: “I had three and a half years of brutally tough years and was also tackled quite roughly by the opposition, which will certainly have had an effect.” He was elected with 30.65 percent of the vote.
But had to cope with a loss of 16 percent compared to 2017.
It was certainly not due to the many investments and subsidies, especially for Bavaria and its homeland.
Was it the debacle with the car toll that was decisive in the end?
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