(GermanPolicy.com) – Speaking at his party’s congress, CSU chairman Markus Söder warned of a red-red-green government. A left slide must be prevented, Söder explained. Germany should be ruled by Armin Laschet, not with Olaf Scholz or Annalena Baerbock at the helm. A left Federal Government will increase taxes and debts, generate more bureaucracy and guarantee less security. In particular, the Left Party was criticized by Söder, who got 87.6 percent of delegate votes at the party congress, where he was confirmed as CSU chairman.
The chairman of the CSU regional group in the Bundestag, Alexander Dobrindt, appealed for relief for low-income earners. He also advocated for the maintenance of the splitting of spouses.