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"Many would have liked Marcus Soder": CSU blames Lacete for union's low turnout - Sport

“Many would have liked Marcus Soder”: CSU blames Lacete for union’s low turnout – Sport

CSU general secretary Marcus Bloom attributes the union’s low turnout to CDU leader Armin Lachet’s presidential candidate. Bloom of “Oxburgh Alzheimer’s” said that “the great disappointment in the decision of the staff is reflected in the surveys”. “Not only in Bavaria, but many would have liked Marcus Soder,” Bloom said, referring to the decision on the union candidate for president.

“Armin Lacet is now responsible for turning the tide,” Bloom said. The Bavarian sister party should not be dragged out. “As CSUs, we need to be disconnected from the federal course,” he stressed. The party relied entirely on the Bavarian prime minister. “Personal satisfaction with Marcus Soder remains high.”

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The Union recently fell behind the Greens as the second strongest party in the Politbrommeter and ARD Germany course. CDU General Secretary Paul Simiak called for unity in the run-up to the by-elections.

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“Differences between sister parties are natural, they have always been, and they are as old as our common party history,” he told Oxburgh Alzheimer’s. “It’s important that we stand together in important moments.” The aim is to ensure that no government can be formed without union leadership after the September federal elections. (AFP)