FDP-Chef Lindner was elected at the party Congress in Berlin, with 86.6 percent of the delegates ' votes. In the previous election of the party leadership, he had received 91 per cent.
Christian Lindner remains Chairman of the Free liberal: On its party Congress in Berlin, the delegates elected to the Bundestag for a further two years to the top of the FDP. Lindner received 86.6 percent of the votes. Two years ago, he had received 91 per cent.
Lindner was the only candidate, a candidate it was not. The party chief said after that, this was a great result that motivate him more.
According to the assessment of ARD-correspondent Tina Hassel it was a "respectable result", reflected its "significant losses" at the same time, the criticism of the Lindner from the past few weeks. So his way of dealing with the youth activists of the "Fridays for the Future was pushed" in some Parts of the party of opposition, in particular, in the case of the young organization July.
Tina Hassel, ARD Berlin, on the political strategy for the future of the FDP
daily news at 17:00, 26.04.2019
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