Seeon – When the CDU boss and Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet comes to the CSU retreat in Kloster Seeon on Thursday, the quieter part of the election campaign should finally be behind him: The Bavarian sister party of the CDU is pushing for a break and demands “maximum mobilization” from its loyalists.
The Bavarian Prime Minister and CSU boss Markus Söder made this unmistakably clear at the beginning of the retreat on Wednesday afternoon. The Greens had already shown through their own mistakes that they were unable to lead Germany, but now the Union must make it clear with its own commitment that it wants to appoint the Chancellor. “It doesn’t go by itself until election day”
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