Bad mood in Munich: President of the state parliament Barbara Stamm should have been very angry that CSU boss Horst Seehofer had to leave the meeting of the party committee in Munich early to make an appointment in Berlin. She has never experienced that it was just as difficult in a lobbying campaign as it is now, said the tribe "Süddeutsche Zeitung", who relies on information from the participants.
Stam was "stunned" that the party leader was not present 14 days before the final election until the end. That is a matter of style. She does not understand why "in Berlin tonight things are being discussed in the coalition committee, where the following dispute has already been programmed," Stamm is quoted.
According to "SZ", Seehofer had to say when he left the meeting: "We have only spoken so far that we have the power for the next 14 days – that we do this with confidence and courage." All the report that the vote this weekend always improved once. "
Improved sentiments seemed to prevail between the Minister of the Interior and Chancellor Angela Merkel: Seehofer wants to support her own claims in their renewed candidature for the CDU presidency. "The Federal Chancellor has declared himself a candidate, I welcome and will do everything to ensure that we get into calmer waters," said the CSU chief before the Munich party leader's meeting.