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Germany Day: Struggle for the reorganization of the CDU / CSU

2021-10-15T01:39:17.149Z

Three weeks after the Union's historically worst performance in a federal election, the Junge Union meets in Münster. It will be an important show for candidates from North Rhine-Westphalia who now want to head the party.



Three weeks after the Union's historically worst performance in a federal election, the Junge Union meets in Münster.

It will be an important show for candidates from North Rhine-Westphalia who now want to head the party.

Münster - Three weeks after the Union's historically worst performance in a federal election, the Junge Union will meet on Friday (6.30 p.m.) in Münster for its Germany Day.

The youth organization of the CDU and CSU wants to process the election result with 317 delegates on three days until Sunday.

At the same time, top politicians of the Union use the meeting with around 1000 participants in the Halle Münsterland to position themselves in the repositioning of the party. The beginning is made by the JU chairman Tilman Kuban. The former CDU / CSU parliamentary group leader in the Bundestag, Friedrich Merz, who is again being traded as one of the possible candidates for the CDU federal chairmanship, will also speak on Friday.

The CDU party chairman and candidate for chancellor Armin Laschet and his designated successor as NRW Prime Minister Hendrik Wüst have announced their arrival on Saturday.

The Bavarian Prime Minister and CSU leader Markus Söder has canceled.

Instead, Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn - also a possible aspirant to the party leadership - faces the discussion with the delegates.

In the afternoon, the general secretaries of the CDU and CSU, Paul Ziemiak and Markus Blume, are supposed to deliver an election analysis.

A greeting from the Union parliamentary group leader Ralph Brinkhaus is planned for Sunday.

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The CDU and CSU did historically poorly on September 26th.

The Union had crashed to 24.1 percent, while the SPD became the strongest force.

dpa

Source: merkur

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