Bad words and unknown candidate for the Left is in Bonn, a foreign political orientation: Pro-European or the left-nationalist.
How do you think it's with the EU? The crucial question of the left party is likely to trigger in Bonn harsh Controversies, even if it was from the party headquarters in the run-up, almost apologetically: it'll be a rather boring party. Sahra't wagenknecht, the parts of the party strongly polarizing group Chairman in the Bundestag, the traveling disease.
The two to select top candidates for European elections, Özlem Demirel and Martin Schirdewan, are largely unknown, but it is pretty uncontroversial. In the super election year with four state elections and the European elections, the left party is already on the banner, personal quarrels (temporarily).Three evil words
Instead, you want to wrestle factual content. The potential for conflict there As the draft of the European elections programme, read first of all as a total Slating of all that relates to Brussels: "The European Union needs a reboot with a complete Revision of the contractual framework, the militaristic, undemocratic and neoliberal", stand prominently in the preamble.
The "three evil words" (militaristic, undemocratic and neoliberal) should immediately be deleted, it was the prompt from the reform camp. The EU will "radically negative", that is the question which arises is why the Left will compete for the "parliamentary elections in an EU that combines everything that is Bad in itself," criticized about continuing Wulf gelatinous, the former Chairman of the left party in Saxony-Anhalt.
Katja Kipping, party chair of The Left, describes himself as a "fervent European".The EU love to explain - but how?
The Congress is now to decide on a new formulation. The calls still have to reboot for the EU: "all the contract need to be revised the basic principles, to undertake the rearmament and military interventions are oriented, the requirements of democratic design, and the neo-liberal policies such as privatisation, cuts in social services or liberalisation of the market dictate."
Sounds like the same statement wrapped in more words? Absolutely not, the party Chairman Katja Kipping, who describes himself as a "fervent European": "I mean, a critical look at the mistakes of the European Union, is the much greater Declaration of love than to simply ignore."