"Will the CDU be okay?" Kramp-Karrenbauer wants to draw up refugee policies from 2015
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Again, the CDU Secretary General, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, campaigned for the party's internal efforts to overcome the refugee crisis. What happens, if someone does not say conflict, one can observe with SPD.
WBecause the 2010 Agenda is for the SPD, the mass acceptance of refugees for the CDU in the fall of 2015 was a matter of social explosive power, with considerable differences in the party. For this reason, CDU Secretary General Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer believes that a more comprehensive review of events in the fall of 2015 in the Union is important. The work will do CDU "good", said the candidate for CDU chairman of the "New Osnabrücker Zeitung".
This "has nothing to do with the line", but rather reflects the fact that the debate on refugee policy continues.
"What happens if you don't really deny land conflicts, you can observe SPD when asked whether Hartz IV is good or bad," said Kramp-Karrenbauer in "NOZ". He considered it necessary to study from 2015. "This is also important for our 2019 European Election Program," warns the Secretary-General of the CDU.
Expertise from various party fields must be used. "But we don't have to fully find the wheel," said Kramp-Karrenbauer. This is about bringing together various groups within the party, where this dispute has occurred.
This is not the first time Kramp-Karrenbauer has promoted party democracy. As part of his "Listening Tour," he traveled to the country in the summer to talk to the CDU base.
AKK wants Merz to be involved in party work
Kramp-Karrenbauer applies to Chancellor Angela Merkel's succession at the CDU chairman. Their main competitor is former Union faction leader Friedrich Merz and Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn. On Thursday, the first of a series of regional conferences took place in Lübeck, where candidates presented themselves to the party base.
In an interview with "NOZ" Kramp-Karrenbauer said he wanted to include Merz in party work if he was elected CDU leader. "I want him to continue to make himself available for the party," he said. He believes that "it is a common desire". For the past few days and weeks it has become very clear that CDU will only get new power if it reflects the entire bandwidth.
"For me, the motto is: Especially if you have a strong individual head, it is the leader's responsibility to bring this together to all who are successful," said Kramp-Karrenbauer. "That was never a problem for me," added the 56-year-old man.