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He is not one who is looking for the open debate, as long as the outcome is difficult to calculate. But now the mayor of Hamburg and SPD deputy Olaf Scholz has presented theses on the future of the battered social-democracy, which many in the party as a Kampfansage understand – namely to the chairman Martin Schulz. Title of the Scholz paper: "No excuses! Answer new questions! Clear Principles! "To what extent is the paper directed against Martin Schulz? The Scholz theses are a counter-phrase to popular declarations for the election victory of September 24 in the SPD. In the party it is often said that it was due to a lack of mobilization. For the Hamburgers, the "excuse" – just like the thesis that the lack of power was the fault or the growing competition of the Greens, left and AfD. The problems of the SPD are more fundamental, writes Scholz. He also holds little of the claim that the SPD did not make itself clear enough for social justice in the election campaign. His objection: the election campaign was "quite in the sign of social justice". There is, however, no direct criticism in the paper of the party concerned. However, he published his theses directly before the first regional conference of the SPD to deal with the worst post-war result in a Bundestag election, which took place this Saturday in Hamburg. And in the SPD, it is clear to many people that Scholz's most important demand is against Schulz. He had pronounced himself after the election for a left swing, called the "system question" and demanded "courage for capitalism criticism". On the other hand, Scholz now calls for "progress and justice in pragmatic politics" even in times of digitization and globalization. "Economic growth is a key prerequisite for pursuing a progressive agenda". Capitalism-critical and economically-friendly – as a matter of fact, pragmatic and economic-friendly, Scholz basically propagates the course for his federal party, which he himself is driving in Hamburg. Since 2011, the 59-year-old has been the second-largest city in Germany. Social-democratic policies à la Scholz – that is to solve the problems of the hard-working population by means of governmental negotiations. Skilling is at the top of Scholz. And that is exactly what he recommends to the Federal Party. It could be called the "Hamburger Weg". The SPD, writes Scholz, must be perceived by the citizens as "highly competent" if they wanted to win elections again.

At this point, he still has a pinstripe against Schulz. His initial survey of more than 30 percent in the election campaign was a "hopeful projection". The voters' hopes could again be matched by the SPD when the party "meets these expectations." Translated, this means that under the Chancellor's candidate Schulz, the SPD was no longer perceived as sufficiently competent after a short high-altitude flight. How is the echo in the SPD? SPD Vice-Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel is full of praise: "This is a very clever, direction-oriented paper that we have to advise." Martin Rabanus, spokesman for the pragmatic "network" wing, also says , economic strength and social progress are "two sides of the same coin". The "Seeheimer Kreis" warns, however, before a staff delegation: "It is right, after the heavy election defeat controversially discussing direction and course," says the spokesman of the SPD right, Johannes Kahrs. "But I warn you to make a fundamental staff discussion from the discussion of the content." Martin Schulz was "undoubtedly a party politician because there is no other candidate." Martin Schulz surely is sitting in the saddle Office and authority. He knows: Not only Olaf Scholz, but also others in the SPD top doubts about his leadership. They no longer trust him to give direction and depth to the party's renewal process. Schulz himself helped to make the doubts grow. He made mistakes when he occupied important positions. The fact that the party extremes learned Schulz 'decision for Lars Klingbeil as new general secretary from the media is also accused of the party boss as well as a still-silent dealings with Federal CEO Juliane Seifert. She read in the newspaper that Schulz had given her post to Juso's chief, Johanna Uekermann. Seifert said goodbye to the day from the Willy-Brandt-Haus, when Schulz wanted to set a signal with the personnel Klingbeil a signal of the departure.

For this reason, the criticism of many SPD Bundestag deputies is devastating. The party leaders say "chaos", some say. Others speak of "phrases" when it comes to what Schulz has so far contributed to the renewal of the party. The Schulz critics see themselves confirmed: The chairman simply has "no idea", where he wants to lead the SPD. Still, Schulz leaves no doubt that he re-enters the party congress at the beginning of December and does not understand himself merely as a transition chairman. His chances are not bad. Many experienced SPD politicians may already have written it off. At the base, however, the former mayor of Wurselen is still popular. Where it occurs, it is celebrated. However, a development must disturb the party chair: after the Bundestag election its popularity with its own supporters has fallen continuously since mid-September.Will be Scholz instead of Schulzparteichef? He dares the task of the renewal of the party in any case. But he would be called. With the paper the Hamburger of the SPD now submits an offer. The message is: I have a plan to save the SPD. A combatant against Schulz at the party conference in early December is unlikely in the SPD. Scholz is not one who "jumps", it is said. In fact, the deputy party committee would risk losing the place as losers. In the case of his candidacy, his opponents are already planning a membership decision in which Schulz would in all likelihood be better off. Where does the resistance to Scholz lie? The hamburger is not one to whom the hearts fly. In contrast to Schulz, he seems cool, Hanseatic, and sometimes arrogant. This is a shortcoming in the SPD, Germany's sentimental party. Without mentioning Scholz, Ralf Stegner, his party leader, now warned in Germany that the renewal of the SPD could not be achieved with a "technocratic approach and only with analysis, but also with passion and enthusiasm." Stegner, who wants to keep Schulz, is one of the leaders of the SPD-left. For him and his colleagues, the SPD must move further to the left if it wants to hold its own. In addition, the left wing of the party knows that under a party chairman he would have fewer liberties. Its motto is "Whoever orders me to lead, she gets too."


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