The Co-Chairman of the Greens,Robert Habeck, wants to move in 2021 as a member of Parliament in the Bundestag. He is seeking to be a candidate, said the 50-year-old politician on Thursday the German press Agency. For a other Green in the Habecks home to Schleswig-Holstein, the consequences of: domestic policy expert Konstantin von Notz, who was a candidate in the last elections to No. 2 in the country list, is expected to slip to 4th place and could lose his mandate, if the Greens do very well. The next Federal election is to be held regularly in the fall of 2021.
After Habeck was elected at the beginning of 2018, together with the member of the Bundestag, Anna Lena Baerbock (39) to the Green-leading Duo, he had to give up his Ministerial post in the state of Schleswig-Holstein – according to the rules of the Green. He got only a transitional period granted. In the six-member Federal Executive Board, only two members are allowed to sit. Habeck and Baerbock should stand again for re-election, is likely to sit, except you, so no elected representatives in the Board of Directors. Because Baerbock wants to again be a candidate for the Bundestag, as a spokesman for the Federal Executive Board, said.
The term of office of the two ends in November 2021, so probably after the election. The Greens should join the government of then and Baerbock, or Habeck Minister, they are not likely to remain the party's Statute, according to the party leadership.
The 49-year-old Konstantin von Notz told the dpa that his party had selected Habeck to the top and so it was "completely logical and also right and important" that he run to No. 2 in the country list. The odd-numbered seats are reserved for the Green women. The Green in the North calculated that you are not able to make a profit of 15 per cent after the next election at least five members, when it comes to reform, but to a right to vote.
The election in 2017 had waived Habeck to a parliamentary candidacy. Now, he said the dpa: "It is characterized Constantine as a friend and as a politician, that he looks on the thing." This corresponds to the "collegial style", with the Schleswig-Holstein working on.Updated Date: 18 June 2020, 16:19