FAndrea Nahles tells the story of Horst Seehofer retreating at the wrong time. In the ongoing crisis of solidarity negotiations, two top leaders of coalition forces announced withdrawal. And the SPD chairperson should sit down with a guest of Anne Will to answer questions about his departure.
But the interpretation of the Nahles retreat is another. The most popular parties with CSU are now updated. She was already the SPD chairperson in April. "She certainly does not want to retire," says Nahles. "SPD has chosen this method very often and can not clarify what to clarify." This is a shortcut and did not bring anything.
Discussions with Anne Will begin on Sunday evening with the announcement that Horst Seehofer withdraws from CSU leadership. The theme is the loss of the power of the People's Party, and it is expected to be discussed by Peter Altmaier, Minister of Economy, Greens' Jurgen Trittin, Cicero's Chrisoph Schwennicke and political scientist Ursula Münch. to be.
Trittin and CSU Chairman Seehofer know that they should hand over the Home Secretary. It's not automatic, Alto Meyer. "Chancellor Angela Merkel remains in the cabinet until the end of the legislature," the CDU politician said. Ursula Münch points out that the Superintendent determines who is a member of the Cabinet. However, the CSU is likely to exert pressure on the new chairman to grant the status of Berlin.
Rest assured that Seehofer can go to the interior minister, not Nahles. She answers with silence. "Let's see what's coming." The most likely candidates for his succession were the Prime Minister of Markus Söder in Bavaria and Nahles and Söder have been busy since starting their political career in youth organizations Juso and JU. "I worked that way," she says of the relationship.
Does Kramp-Karrenbauer have the necessary hardness?
Schwennicke's Cicero editor, "The new beginning has passed, and Seehofer's resignation has already become clear after the Bavarian elections, and Hesse's work has also been done with Merkel. Regulation.
Candidates Kramp-Karrenbauer and Friedrich Merz show themselves differently than previously known: Merz social, Kramp-Karrenbauer, conservative. How reliable you are, asks Anne Will.
"If you want to be a CDU president or president, you have to deal with a different topic," Münch says. Schwennicke has found that Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer has been recognized as a "mini-Merkel" and should be a strong candidate for a successful candidate.
Kramp-Karrenbauer has already provided this. The group has not fundamentally excluded immigration from the asylum seekers who became criminals across the Schen region and forced deportation to Syria. "I think it's completely irresponsible to send people there," says Jürgen Trittin. "Sachpolitisch I do not take it seriously." This proposal will ultimately help AfD.
Altmaier emphasizes that the candidate was well-executed before it came out as a candidate. Kramp-Karrenbauer, the interior minister of Saarland, was in a difficult position. Merz is Helmuth Kohl or European politician Joschka Fischer. Economy ministers said, "People's parties should not be divided." "It will not be a directional decision."
"People's party has lost contact with the people"
Perhaps Nahles and Trittin will be afraid if the debate on the direction of the CDU continues after the conference in Hamburg. Green members remind us of Gerhard Schröder and Oskar Lafontaine. His fate has shown that the separation of party chairperson and prime minister is not long.
Shikero editor-in-chief Schwennicke believes that Merz elections can be more clearly provided between the Union and the SPD. The Anne Will team asked members about the CDU candidates at the SPD discussion camp. The result: With SPahn and Kramp-Karrenbauer, the SPD works best in Merz to strengthen the SPD. Nahles does not want to comment on this idea.
The conclusion is about the decline of the fundamentally popular parties. Discussions were made through proper analysis and debate. This includes a survey of other European countries, a comparison with the Weimar Republic, and a reference to a diverse, individualistic society that has become a German.
Another statement from the political scholar Münch (Münch) states that "popular political parties have lost reference to people." One reason is to specialize in election campaigns at the expense of members. "Parties act like national institutions."
Does the SPD left pressure jeopardize GroKo?
As a result, Andrea Nahles needs stronger involvement of members and voters. "For me, when we go back to the roots, we have to do more grassroots work," she says. However, follow the common verses of recent years: focus on topics. Good material work. Social Justice. What does the SPD have done for years and what does the voter still not cover?
Nahles promised general reforms to the welfare state by 2025. She insisted that the self-employed and civil servants should be covered by pension insurance. Basic security should be rearranged following the SPD leaving Hartz IV. It was not included in the Covenant, Altmaier answered immediately.
Is the left-hand pressure of the SPD threatening massive alliances? No, Nahles says. "If we do the project well, the federation can go well until the end of the legislative period," the SPD chairman said. "Air-critical tension is whether it will succeed."