The Juso-Federal Chairman Kevin Kühnert want to give up the office early and 2021 for the Bundestag election. The 31-Year-old puts his office at the Federal Congress by the end of November, as a spokeswoman of the SPD youth organization of the German press Agency confirmed on Monday evening.
Earlier, it was reported in the Berliner "Tagesspiegel" about it. The re-election of the Juso-Chairman is preferred in order to a year. A change in time before the election, 2021 is the "best possible time", said Kühnert the "daily mirror". His successor or his successor would have earned it, "the SPD election campaign to the own stamp".
Since 2017 Juso-Chairman
Kühnert, who is also Deputy of the SPD Federal Chairman, announced that he wanted to compete for the Bundestag election in the autumn of next year in the election district of Tempelhof-schöneberg. This request had been included in the SPD circle Executive Board "very sympathetically", he told the newspaper. For the electoral district most recently in Berlin, directed by competed as a member of the governing mayor Michael Müller.
The native of Berlin, is since 2017 Juso-Chairman. In November 2019 Kühnert was re-elected. Nationally he was known as a head of the #NoGroko campaign from the beginning of 2018. In the race for the new party leadership, the young socialists had supported in the past year, the Duo candidates Saskia esque and Norbert Walter-Borjans, the could prevail, ultimately.Updated Date: 03 August 2020, 20:19