The Social Democrats Germans will renovate Presidency in December

The German Social Democratic Party (SPD) will renew its dome in mid-December with the only novelty that the General Secretary General, Lars Klingneil, will take

The Social Democrats Germans will renovate Presidency in December

The German Social Democratic Party (SPD) will renew its dome in mid-December with the only novelty that the General Secretary General, Lars Klingneil, will take over the co-presidency that Norbert Walter-Borjans leaves vacant by his own decision. The unknown of whether the future Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, once won the general elections last September 26, would reinforce the position of him in the party for which he presented himself as mere candidate.

Walter-Borjans' decision to open the way to young people occurred a few weeks ago, an unexpected announcement that gave rise to speculation on the passage to give by Scholz and the opportunity that was presented to control a party that derives very well to positions the left. Klingbeil's candidacy has now unleashed another rumor and is the one who will be the successor of him in the General Secretariat. In the Quinielas, one of the current vice presidents and former leader of socialist youth, the leftist Kevin Kühnert.

Unlike Walter-Borjans, his companion in Presidency is willing to remain in office and, now in Tandem with Klingbeil, will be submitted to re-election in the Federal Congress expected for December 10 and 12.

The social democratic dome has endorsed this double candidacy for the presidency on a Monday, so there is not expected to arise alternative aspirants.

Klingbeil is a pragmatic politician. He was the head of the training campaign for the parliamentary elections of September and has large supports in all the families of the SPD.

Scholz has applauded the joint candidacy of Esken and Klingbeil, calling it from "a very good team for progress and cohesion", but has eluded the question of whether he will have any of them for the government that negotiates with the Greens and the Democratic Party Free (FDP).

The outgoing co-chair, has always considered that party leaders should not be in the future government. Esken and Klingbeil have not pronounced so sharply. ESKEN has recognized that it would be "exciting" integrate into the future coalition, baptized as 'traffic light' by the colors associated with the three formations and Klingbeil is attributed ministerial aspirations. The name of it circulates even as a defense holder.

Updated Date: 08 November 2021, 12:51

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