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Aachen. Which party Armin Laschet chooses does not surprise anyone. When submitting his ballot, however, the CDU Chancellor candidate in Aachen violates the rules - his crosses were clearly visible on the wrongly folded piece of paper.
Actually, outside the vote should not recognize what you choose. That's exactly what happened to the CDU Chancellor's candidate Armin Laschet in the election in Aachen. When he threw his ballot into the urn, the two crosses were clearly visible.
in Aachen photographers kept the breakdown of the CDU politician. Loading with its open voting against the rules. "In the urn election, the voter must true to electoral secrecy, in the election cabin his ballot - after he has marked him - in the way that his voting is not recognizable," says on the website of the Federal Electoral Manager.
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Actually, the electoral board should have pointed to his mistake. He can reject a voter according to the side of the federal electoral manager, "if this folded a ballot so that his voting is recognizable or provided him with an externally visible, the electoral secrecy obviously endangered marks." Loading voice does not lose yours after the error Validity. He would have had to fill him out at most if that was demanded by the electoral board.
With his wife Susanne, Laschet came on foot in the ballot in a municipal Catholic elementary school. The voting itself only lasted a few minutes. Shortly after 11 o'clock the ballot of the CDU politician was in the ballot. "Now it's all going home and then to Berlin," he said afterwards.
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Germany-Elections: Germany: Scholz in view against Leschet in the latest Electoral Debate © Reuters / Michele Tangusi Germany: Scholz in view against Leschet during the Last Electoral Debate by Christoph Steitz and Paul Carrel Frankfurt / Berlin (Reuters) - The Social Democrat Olaf Scholz pushed back Sunday night, during a televised electoral debate, an ultimate attack on his conservative rival Armin Laschet to reinforce his position Favorite to succeed the Chancellor Angela Merkel at the end o
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After the election of the CDU, the criticism of the Chancellor's candidates of the Union, Armin Laschet, has also become louder even from its own ranks. The value union even demands the resignation from the CDU chancellor candidate and CSU boss Markus Söder. © DPA Saxony-Anhalt Prime Minister Reiner Haseloff (l., CDU) with CDU Chancellor's Candidate Armin Laschet Laschet showed itself optimistic and continues to claim the Chancellery, such as in a Jamaica Alliance with Greens and FDP.