“the most beautiful time comes to an end”:-party leader Horst Seehofer has come to terms with his imminent end, as CSU-Chairman apparently. “I am now more than ten years in office – that is enough, that’s enough,” said Seehofer, prior to a CSU Board meeting in Munich. The Board nominated then – as expected – the Prime Minister, Markus Söder, as a candidate for the succession Seehofer’s.

almost four weeks Ago Söder had said, on the special party Congress of the CSU in the 19th century. Want to January, as the party leader for the election. A candidate is not yet available, promising competitors are already not in sight.

Söder announced after the decision of reforms. The party would have to “make site profits”.

Tense relationship with the CDU

The CSU Board of management prepared the Congress on 19. In January, the leadership change is to be executed. Seehofer had been sidelined by the party leadership after the loss of votes for the CSU in the Bavarian state election for the retreat. Many of the leading Christian social powers of the Federal Minister of the interior for the outcome of the election, with the Bavarian Prime Minister Söder.

At the CSU party Congress will also talk to the new CDU-Chairman, Annegret Kramp-karrenbauer, a word of greeting, as Seehofer said. The CDU and the CSU in the hope that the relationship of the sister parties back to normal.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel was days because of the dispute of the two parties on refugee policy is no longer in the past the CSU-party.

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