At the exam of the CDU top in Hamburg, the party chairman Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer warned the Union against self-employment. In doing so, it addresses the discussions on personal data in the Union. Citizens have questions about war and peace, their jobs and the future, but not about the candidate for chancellor, said Kramp-Karrenbauer, participants in the meeting said on Friday evening. The K question is of particular interest to journalists. Rather, problem solutions have to be worked on.
On the second day of the exam, the CDU leadership wants to discuss the planned new fundamental program of the party on Saturday morning. It is supposed to be the attitude of CDU define the new decade and be decided at a party conference in Stuttgart in December. The exam also takes place against the background of the demands of CSU leader Markus Söder for a cabinet reshuffle in the summer, the open question of the candidacy for chancellor and a debate about the course in government formation in Thuringia.
Thuringia State party leader Mike Mohring had a minority government of
Left, SPD and Greens on certain projects that are important for Thuringia
support in the state parliament is promised. A firm one
The Thuringian CDU also rejects cooperation with red-red-green. In
the debate on the political report by CDU leader Annegret
Kramp-Karrenbauer had the dispute over the procedure of the state CDU over
According to participants, Mohring played no role.
People's Party of the Middle and the New Equalization
CDU General Secretary Paul Ziemiak confirmed at the start of the exam
the no of the federal CDU to a coalition with the Left Party and AFD, "It
there is no coalition with the left and the AfD or one in any
Kind of comparable collaboration. "But Ziemiak did not rule out that
the CDU supports certain political projects in Thuringia. As
He gave the example of hiring more police officers and employees
protection of the constitution or a "reasonable" economic policy.
According to a thesis paper that is available to the members of the CDU board, the Union must realign its compass in a completely changed world. "We are experiencing a world in which large, solid and stable boulders are almost pulverized and broken down into their individual parts," says the paper. Debates would be relentless, and compromises would not be given the necessary appreciation.
Kramp-Karrenbauer welcomes Friedrich Merz's commitment
As a people's party, the CDU must counter centrifugal forces. Under the point "CDU: The People's Party of the Middle and the new compensation", the authors of the thesis paper demand that the new program of principles holds these drifting ideas together. Education minister and CDU board member Anja Karliczek called on her party to be more optimistic and self-confident despite falling confidence in the popular parties. "Our basic program must exude confidence. We have every opportunity in Germany to master the challenges," she said. The CDU slogan should be: "We have the strength." This would allow the CDU to set itself apart from other parties, some of which are overbearing in pessimism.
In the run-up to the closed conference, ex-union faction leader Friedrich Merz yesterday offered the CDU leadership to play a role in a team for the next election campaign. "We have to go to the next Bundestag election with the best possible formation. It's not just one person at the top, it's a team, and I also want to be part of a team," he said at a business event in Bavaria. Kramp-Karrenbauer welcomed Merz's offer on the sidelines of the exam. "I am pleased with Friedrich Merz's willingness to get involved," she said.