berlin - After the historic defeat in the German Bundestag election, the CSU fired the battle on the future of party leader Horst Seehofer. On Tuesday, during the first group meeting in Berlin, Sister, CDU of Chancellor Angela Merkel said that he was discussing the disappointing result.
A little later, he himself lay under fire in his own circle. Seehofer also lost 10.5 percent in southern Germany.
Two state parliamentarians demanded resignation. Several critical CSU divisions in cities and districts, in Oberpfalz, did the same thing. However, Seehofer also received supportive evidence in the region.
He opposed his internal opponents at the wrong time to debate and referred them to the party day in November. Then the board is chosen. 'Everything else is not conducive to the extremely difficult situation for which we are in Berlin,' said Seehofer.