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Tag: Andrea Ypsilanti

How do we vote?

8 November, 2008 (15:40) | elections, federal states, political trade | By: Aerar

This article knowingly foregoing on statistics and numbers and instead naming opinions and impressions. It starts with the fact that Andrea Ypsilanti resigned (german) from the leading candidacy in the most probably coming reelections in Hessen. This is not surprising news as the reputation of Ms. Ypsilanti has been massively damaged within the last months. […]

No X for Ms. Y

3 November, 2008 (15:35) | elections, federal states, particulars, political trade | By: Aerar

Now it happened. While the world of Andrea Ypsilanti still looked well in the morning and the CDU more and more worried (german) about a change of government in Hessen the house of cards she build as option for the coming change collapsed. There are now four delegates who announced not only to deny their […]

Sit down: F

30 October, 2008 (16:06) | elections, federal states, political trade | By: Aerar

The FAZ has reported (german), that the delegates of the CDU might remain seated instead of giving their vote in the planned election of Andrea Ypsilanti to prime minister of Hessen on coming Tuesday. This is in acount of preventing them from giving their vote for the wrong party by mistake. “The 42 delegates of […]

You never go completely

16 September, 2008 (13:40) | media, particulars, political trade | By: Aerar

Kurt Beck has waited a long time, but on September, 7th he resigned from his post as leader of the SPD. Many felt that the boss has become the incarnation of the bad polls of the party and his picture in the public often was accordingly. In the end came the “Finishing shot for the […]