According to a media report, Hendrik Vost Inaugurated as the new Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia. Now the CDU general secretary is denying the state.
The North Rhine-Westphalian CDU has denied media reports about the successor to Armin Lachet as prime minister and CDU head of state. There were speculations that the CDU state executive had “unanimously” expressed interest on Monday evening that NRW Transport Minister Hendrik Vost should come after him.
NRW-CDU General Secretary Joseph Hoenzergen denied this in Dசsseldorf on Tuesday and confirmed in a statement the procedure followed by the state administrator: “Welcoming the offer of state administrator Armin Lachett, the parliamentary committee for the upcoming reorganization will hold the necessary talks this week and next.”
Road map for restoration
There is a timetable for content and staff restructuring. The new state executive will be elected at the state party convention on October 23 in Peelfeld. Lashett will submit an employee plan to the state executive committee “much earlier”, which will guarantee the success of the NRW-CDU in the future as well.
North Rhine-Westphalia Interior Minister Herbert Reul has warned against an emergency decision on the successor. “I think it’s wrong to break the ballot for a candidate above the knee,” he told the Colner Stat-Answer on Tuesday. The party as a whole must stand behind a common solution. If a lascivious heir is declared urgent, opposition candidates at the state party convention in October should fear.
In the run-up to the federal election, Lacet announced he would go to Berlin “without a return ticket” – even if he was not president. He is expected to remain prime minister until the October 26 session of the Bundestag.
According to the German Press Agency, some of the successors’ names came up at the state board meeting – most likely, the name Van Vost
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