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Düsseldorf. The head housekeeper of the SPD parliamentary group, Johannes Kahrs, wants to resign from office. The reason for this is, according to information from parliamentary groups, the nomination of the previous parliamentary group leader Eva Högl as military commissioner.
Johannes Kahrs announced in the SPD parliamentary group meeting this Tuesday that he would like to resign his mandate as a member of the Bundestag and all his positions, for example as chairman of the budget committee and as spokesman for the Seeheim district. Our editorial team learned this from parliamentary groups.
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According to the information, Kahrs thus reacted to the decision of parliamentary group leader Rolf Mützenich and the parliamentary board to nominate the former parliamentary group vice president Eva Högl for the office of military officer. The 56-year-old Kahrs himself had expressed interest in the position that the SPD politician Hans-Peter Bartels currently holds. Bartels also wanted to continue to hold the office. Kahrs has been a member of the German Bundestag since 1998.
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