With the Brandenburg Bundestag deputies in a top position, the FDP is trying to a sign in front of deb's elections in East Germany. In addition to Teuteberg party leader Lindner has been confirmed in the office is happy.
The Brandenburg Bundestag Deputy Linda Teuteberg has been elected to the new FDP General Secretary. The party wrote on Twitter. The 38-year-old lawyer, received on Friday at the FDP party conference in Berlin, 92.8 percent of the delegates votes. She replaces Nicola Beer, the top candidate of the liberals for the European election.
Teuteberg has been sitting for 2017 in the Bundestag. From 2009 to 2014 she was sitting in the Brandenburg state Parliament. A member of the FDP since the year 2000. With the fire she Teuteberg, the FDP can put a sign in front of the in the autumn of upcoming important elections in East Germany. There will be elected in the state of Brandenburg, Saxony and Thuringia a new Parliament. In all three provinces, the liberals are not represented in the Parliament.
Teuteberg was That, so far as inner politician profile, is likely to be for the FDP in the East is also of importance. There, the refugee policy of the Grand coalition is sharply criticized. Teuteberg want to restrict immigration more and pleads for deportation.
party leader Christian Lindner had recommended Teuteberg already before the Congress for the Post. Lindner himself has been re-elected with 86,64% as FDP Chairman. He received 519 of 599 valid delegate votes. Previously, he had advertised in a one and a half hour keynote speech. He urgently warned China's economic policies and restrictions of individual freedoms in the name of climate change and environmental protection, criticized the socialization of the living room and declared that he wished activists an objective discussion about Climate.
Recently, there had been internal criticism of the principle of non - controversial party-and Faction leader. So not approved of his handling of the young activists of the Fridays for the Future, in particular in the youth organization Julis.
In the previous election of the party leadership in 2013, it had received 91 per cent. Since then, he is the FDP Federal Chairman. He sat for years in the state Parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia, and from October 2009 to July 2012 in the Bundestag. From December 2009 to December 2011, he was also Secretary-General of the Federal FDP. Lindner moved in as his party's top candidate in the General election in 2017 in the German Bundestag and the Chairman of the group.