Michael Ruhl says goodbye to Jung Union

Michael Ruhl says goodbye to Jung Union

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Vogelsberg (Ol.). In its 100th state parliament, the Junge union Hessen bid Michael Ruhl goodbye from the Junge union. After the state parliament of the Junge Union Hessen epidemic, which traditionally took place over two days at Pentecost, had to be canceled twice, the delegates opened on the Gessner Schiffenberg to elect a new state executive and enter the federal. met in the air. election campaign.

According to the press release, in addition to local member of the Bundestag and chancellor minister Helz Braun and federal health minister Jens Spahn, the prime minister in North Rhine-Westphalia, chancellor candidate Armin Laschet, was the keynote speaker at the delegates meeting. Jung Union Ostsen. Lechet has made it clear that Germany can emerge stronger from the current crises only under the leadership of the Union.

In this region, in succession to Helz Braun, Michael Brand and, in succession to Peter Tauber, the youngest Hessian CDU candidate for the Bundestag, 28-year-old Johannes Wigelmann from Bad Soden-Salmünster (the constituency of Schöten and parts of Main-Kinzig and Wetterau). ) ) is running.

Michael Ruhl, who has been a member of the Hessian state parliament since 2019, has political roots in the Jung union and has now retired when the CDU reaches its youth age limit. Joining in September 1999 and serving in various offices at the city, district and district union level, he led the Junge union in the Vogelsbergkreis from 2003 to 2011. He was on the State Board of Hessian CDU Youth from 2007 to 2013.

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State President Sebastian Sommer (Hochtownes) was elected for two more years with 90.82 percent. With 87.63 percent of the delegate’s vote, Benedict Stock (Michelsrombach) of East Hesse was re-elected as a speaker for economics and finance.

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