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This article has been translated from German and was updated since its first publication. The rivalry between the two was bitter — and on occasion, simply out of control. The Union in the survey cellar, Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet 60 badly damaged — six weeks before the federal election, the Union is deeply in crisis! Yet he quickly became a strong partner for Merkel, ending the days when the Seehofer-led CSU occasionally appeared to act as the strongest opposition party to their CDU partners. The political scientist from Passau, who is himself a member of the CSU, has been persecuting the party for decades. Oberreuter is alluding to the fact that the old milieus of the popular parties are dying out and that results beyond 40 percent belong to history. While approval polls favor Soeder over Laschet, only two candidates from socially conservative Bavaria have run for chancellor since 1980 and both lost. Ambition and patience Ironically, although the 54-year-old highlights his loyalty and dedication to Bavaria in almost every statement, he is in fact something of an outsider. Your Getty Images representative will discuss a renewal with you. That may have been mentioned as a small nickname — or to automatically distance oneself from any responsibility, as it were.

The rest is a tie.

Tests• But the Union is not such a team.

As the chair to the council of state premiers, he has played a prominent part in crisis meetings.

His quick, clear declarations — from closing schools to stopping professional football — left other state premiers trailing behind him, particularly Armin Laschet, leader of Germany's most populous state, North Rhine-Westphalia, who eventually beat him to be the conservative bloc's candidate to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor.

Sometimes these are really great, then they are really bad again.

But it may also be a sober consequence of the crashing failure that we have just experienced.

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focus group presentations• The first consequence is a very pragmatic requirement.

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