Fight for voters Gauland did not see Merz and Kramp-Karrenbauer as threats
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Friedrich Merz recently announced that he wanted to scare half of his voters from the AfD. Their leader Gauland emphasized left – and postponed other tips to other candidates for the CDU chairman.
DAFD Chair Alexander Gauland was concerned with his own words not that the new CDU leadership could bring back a number that threatened Afd voters to the Union.
Regarding the former leader of the Union faction Friedrich Merz, he said on Sunday in the ARD program "Report from Berlin": "If I see a candidate like this, I cannot imagine that someone who produced a million years and said he was among the middle class, who came with very good in the East. "
Also the CDU candidate, Secretary General Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, has the Chancellor's policy so far. "This is Angela Merkel's sequel with a different name. So I'm not worried." Gauland did not mention a promising third candidate, Health Minister Jens Spahn.
Regarding the scandalous donation to the leader of the Bundestag faction Alice Weidel and the association of the Baden-Württemberg district, he said that the district treasurer and Landesschatzmeister had done something wrong. "It has nothing to do with Mrs. Weidel personally."
Among other things, the AFD must pay attention to whether this large donation requires an internal alarm system.
AfD board did not see a mistake on Weidel
Even the previous Federal Federal Council "had no fault with Mrs. Dr. Alice Weidel". With that, the executive committee clearly only stated its opinion, as follows from the statement of co-party leader Jörg Meuthen in the "Direct Berlin" ZDF broadcast.
When asked how the Weidel board had so clearly freed itself from any mistakes, although he still wanted to clarify his affair, he said: "Because Mrs. Weidel has stated at federal executives that she does not know about events that are known to be late and because credible shows how are we. "
Large donations that may be illegal from Switzerland are not immediately as determined, but are paid only after a few months; Legitimate major donations from the Netherlands are not immediately reported to the Bundestag, but only after nine months.