Friedrich Merz takes over as leader of Germany’s Christian Democrats

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Friedrich Merz was forced out of a top job in the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in 2002. He left the Bundestag in 2009, only to re-emerge nine years later to compete for the party leader ship Mrs Merkel had vacated. His candidacy thrilled CDU members seeking conservative red meat. But moderates found his arrogance off-putting.
4 months ago·Germany

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Friedrich Merz takes over as leader of Germany’s Christian Democrats

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