In the dispute between the AfD over the case, Andreas Kalbitz, the Bundestag group chief Alexander Gauland is the future of the party pessimistic. "I can't keep the party together, if you divided this way," said Gauland of the "world on Sunday". He didn't want to hope that the dispute over the handling of the previous Brandenburg country - and the group chairmen Kalbitz "is a disintegration of the party". He was afraid, however, that "the party is facing difficult times, and I see at the Moment hardly any ways to save you from".
Gaulands pessimistic assessment of the position of the AfD on the Considerations of the 79-Year-old about his own political future is tangent to it. As a Faction leader, he will not compete. On the question of whether he wanted to belong to after the General election of 2021, the next AfD group in the Bundestag, said Gauland: "I've always said that I decide the only in the Winter. When I see this, I am rather skeptical.“
Gauland also renewed his criticism of the AfD-Chef Jörg Meuthen, the Federal Executive Board, led in may by using a narrow majority in the AfD decision to cancel Kalbitz' AfD membership. The AfD Board had justified the expulsion in order that Kalbitz joined his party in 2013, prior membership in the Republicans and the extreme right-classified and is now forbidden "homeland-faithful German youth" (HDJ) have concealed. Kalbitz legally against the arbitration court decision, he filed, in the meantime, the Berlin regional court an application for interim legal protection. The application, in the main, to follow.Updated Date: 02 August 2020, 02:19