The pressure of the competition on seats at the Bavarian table was great, if not. After the bankruptcy of the state elections, the CSU must share the desired positions with voters. Above all, there is a completely different announcement from Sunday evening.
- After the bankruptcy of the state elections, the Prime Minister of Bavaria, Markus Söder, announces his cabinet on Monday afternoon.
- Some ministers and secretaries of state are at risk. On the other hand, the three Ministries of Free Voters are clear.
- From the south, Söder shares his decisions with his group. At 13.00 the parliamentary session begins with the official act of proclamation.
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Green Speaker Ludwig Hartmann praised the rejuvenation of the new Bavarian state government – but at the same time warned against the policy of "maintaining this". The last cabinet is a step in the right direction, he said on Monday during the swearing-in of the new Council of Ministers in the state parliament in Munich. This also applies to the 40% share of women among CSU ministers. At the same time, Hartmann criticized a small percentage of women in the Free Voters office. "It's really an indictment, I have to say it clearly," said Hartmann. Among the five positions of the Cabinet of Free Voters is Anna Stolz, only one woman – she becomes the Secretary of State in the Ministry of Culture.
Hartmann called for a black and orange coalition to pay more attention to environmental and climate protection. This includes focusing on the protection of species and a return in agriculture with fewer chemicals. "I wish you courage to dare to adopt a new style of politics, not just talk about it."
13:44: Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) described his new institution as "the right combination of stability and renewal". "It is a very balanced cabinet, representing not only the new coalition government, but also the Bavarian region, based on proven and young new forces and the important coexistence of women and men," Söder said Monday in the Bavarian parliamentary parliament during the nomination of his new ministers and secretaries of state. The new Council of Ministers with an average age of 47.6 is "the youngest Bavarian cabinet of all time".
Judith Gerlach and Hans Reichhart: new ministers in Söder's office
13:17: Also interesting is the appointment of Judith Gerlach to the Minister of Digitization: the 33-year-old comes from Würzburg, where she studied law. According to her own website, she was admitted to the bar in June 2013. She has been working as an attorney doing business in Aschaffenburg since then. After the general election on September 15, 2013. She moved to the list of the Lower Silesian CSU as the youngest parliamentarian in the Bavarian parliament.
12:20: Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) expands his cabinet more comprehensively than expected: the head of the young state government, Hans Reichhart, is to become the minister of construction and transport, Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) said on Monday, according to the CSU group meeting. Reichhart is considered popular and is missing only because of the poor CSU score, the entrance to the state parliament. It's more than consolation for him. Judith Gerlach, Minister of Digital Affairs, also sits at the table.
The list is now improved:
Cultus: Anna Stolz
Family: Carolina Trautner
Rausgeflogen: Marcel Huber, Winfried Bausback, Franz Pschierer, Josef Zell Meier
– Chr Deutschländer (@CDeutschlaender) November 12, 2018
If you need a new cabinet, you can find it here.
Söder announces his cabinet: the first cases of the minister of justice become public
12.13: Surprise in creating a cabinet in Bavaria: former Justice Minister Winfried Bausback will no longer be part of the new state government. That's what Unterfranke said on Tuesday on his Facebook page. Also, they are no longer represented in the government, according to the information on dpa, the former minister of economic affairs Franz Josef Pschierer and the former minister of the environment, Marcel Huber.
11:57: Mittelbayerische Zeitung reports that Zellmeier has confirmed: "I am no longer the secretary of state." So he will not sit at the government table any longer. Söder immediately wants to communicate all further decisions to his group.
11.50: The CSU quake: Seehofer actually announces his retreat as the head of the CSU – surprised, but all, because he wants to remain the minister of internal affairs. More here.
Söder's cabinet: the deputy could shake up the ministers
10.45: Welcome to our live ticker for the announcement of the office by Markus Söder. As our parliamentary rapporteur, Christian Deutschländer, reports, the prime minister is again shaking the cabinet. According to reports, at least three older ministers and secretaries of state have to leave, significantly rejuvenated.
Söder shakes his cabinet thoroughly. According to reports, at least three older ministers and secretaries of state have to leave, significantly rejuvenated. Announcement at noon.
– Chr Deutschländer (@CDeutschlaender) November 12, 2018
Munich – for the second time in a year the Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) can set up a government cabinet. The formation of the Cabinet overlaps with the announced resignation of Party leader and Interior Minister Horst Seehofer. The 69-year-old declared on Sunday evening at the CSU meeting to resign from offices in the coming weeks. In fact, Seehofer has always emphasized that he wants to express his opinion about his own future only after the cabinet has been created. The CSU assumes that Söder at a special event at the beginning of 2019 will also take the position of the party leader.
Unlike the prime minister of Söder's cabinet in March after more or less voluntary departure from Seehofer to Berlin, the CSU, after losing the absolute majority of the three coveted ministerial positions to another party, gave: Areas of worship, environment and business, energy and development of the state. Go to the Free Voters coalition . The transformation of ministerial forces puts Söder under pressure. In addition to professional skills, he must also take into account the regional proportionality and proportion of women.
Söder's office: Aiwanger, Piazolo and Glauber are Ministers of Free Voters
For the coalition partner of the Free Voters, the matter is much simpler: for party leader Hubert Aiwanger, the percentage of women is not a significant size of the core, and must pay attention to the first party's government participation in less sensitivity: Although officially not confirmed, it goes to the following ministers Aiwanger becomes minister of economy and deputy prime minister, former secretary general Michael Piazolo Minister of culture and researcher architect Thorsten Glauber Minister of the Environment.
In the CSU, Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann, finance minister Albert Füracker and ministers Melanie Huml (health), Kerstin Schreyer (social affairs) and Michaela Kaniber (agriculture) will probably remain in their previous ministries. After the first cabinet, Söder could work together less than seven months before the election, Söder should be as consistent as possible. The State Chancellery Florian Herrmann and Justice Minister Winfried Bausback are certainly in the office as well.
Söder's office: Marcel Reif's wife, Kiechle, is probably a minister
On the other hand, it is interesting who Söder appoints as president of the Building and Transport Department Ilse Aigner, elected President of the Landtag. He must also submit a candidate for a new ministry of digitization, the same applies to the Ministry of Science, the previous head of the household, Marion Kiechle, did not receive a mandate in the elections. Regardless of whether the doctor Söder, who brought in March as a non-party novice in his first office, again gives serious doubts in the CSU.
The case of Marcel Huber is also embittered. He was considered one of the strong ministers, binding and never squeaky. However, within a few days his political career broke down. Read also: Agricultural victims Marcel Huber: Does a popular minister leave the office? *
With a view to Lokalproporze, Söder will also try to find ministers from Swabia and Lower Bavaria. Both districts have lost "previous service" to Free Voters. It is also unclear whether Secretary General Markus Blume will soon sit at the table in his office and how Söder wants to do so, not to let such a low percentage of women in the office go further. Due to the curse on Monday, the anniversary of the women's election falls.
Söder calls the CSU parliamentary group at 12 in his office
The selection of ministers and secretaries of state is once again a secret issue in Söder. I want to announce it in the CSU parliamentary group at 12 on Monday afternoon, an hour before the start of the session of the national parliament.
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