FDP boss Rösler should offer his resignation

FDP boss Rösler should offer his resignation

Almost ten percent in Lower Saxony, an unexpected election success for the FDP - and now that: Philipp Rösler allegedly offered his resignation as a FDP chairman.At the meeting of the party presidium, he proposed to make faction leader Rainer Brüderle the top man in the common team for the Bundestag election campaign, the news agencies AFP, dpa and Reuters report on districts in Berlin.

FDP-Chef Rösler soll seinen Rücktritt anbieten

Brüderle could also take over the chair of the party."I am ready to go aside if Rainer Brüderle also wants to become a federal chairman," said Rösler in reports.In the morning Rösler was again attacked by several party members.

The reasons for the withdrawal offer can only be speculated at the hour.It is likely that Rösler wants to force his party friends to unity.Rösler can safely book the almost ten percent in Lower Saxony for the FDP.

With his offer, Rösler could simply underline his claim to leadership and claim both party chair and the top candidate.With a early party congress, as many party members and now also Rösler, he would have ended the personnel debate until the Bundestag election.According to DPA information, the FDP tip is said to have unanimously decided at its meeting to prefer the party congress previously scheduled for May.

To offer his resignation now comes from Rösler's a kind of confidence question.If he had wanted to go, he would have gone.Now Rösler's opponent has to ask themselves whether they want to go out of office in the hour of his greatest triumph.