Friday , February 3 2023

Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer wants to announce his candidacy


Merkel does not want to attend the party's presidency again in December at the federal party congress. Until the next federal election in 2021, the 64-year-old still wants to be a chancellor. Who would succeed him as a party leader, and possibly Chancellor too? FR notifies all current events.

18.11.2018: candidate Against Friedrich Merzat a height of seven degrees to reach the upper middle class. At Bild am Sonntag, he says, "about a million euros have been earned." It says good: every year.

Last Wednesday, Merke responded to the question of whether readers were the millionaire in the "picture", at least she was not among them and considered to be "the upper middle class". The head of the former union has been criticized for this statement.

"The picture on Sunday" means that the social center is not a purely economic dimension. "I have heard from parents my knowledge of the values ​​that characterize the middle class, including hard work, discipline, justice, respect and commitment to the community."

When listening to terms at the top or top level, he thinks of people with a lot of money or corporation heirs, and reduces their lives. "That's not me."

15/11/2018: In Lebesk, CDU members gather for the first regional conference, where three candidates will represent their party leader. The Secretary General of the PDC, Annegret Kramp-Carrhenbauer, Friedrich Merz, the leader of the former Union Faction, and Jens Spann Schleswig-Holstein, from Hamburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, attended about 800 CDU members.

Friedrich Merz at the CSU party congress, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer criticized Chancellor Angela Merkel's relationship with Merkel.

He promised the Union good results. "It is possible that 40 percent," says Merkes. He won the general election. He wanted to double the AFC result.

AKK: "People Needed It"

"We have to come to a new level," his opponent says Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer On Thursday night in Lebek. 26 percent – not for the People's Party. "We need to persuade more people."