Sports: Seehofer subsidiary is running for FDP for Bavarian state parliament

Queue for queen's coffin reopened, wait hits 24 hours

  Queue for queen's coffin reopened, wait hits 24 hours LONDON (AP) — A surging tide of people — ranging from London retirees to former England soccer captain David Beckham — have lined up to file past Queen Elizabeth II's coffin as it lies in state at Parliament, so many that authorities on Friday had to call a temporary halt to more people joining the miles-long queue. By late afternoon, a live tracker of the queue to get into historic Westminster Hall said it had reopened, but the British government warned that the waiting time to cover the 5 miles (8 kilometers) from the start of the line in Southwark Park to Parliament had climbed to more than 24 hours. The government also warned that “overnight temperatures will be cold.

Exciting personnel decision at the FDP in Bavaria: Susanne Seehofer, daughter of the former Bavarian Prime Minister and CSU chairman Horst Seehofer, will go into the race for a state mandate in autumn 2023. In a party-internal fight against the direct candidacy in the Munich-Mitte voting group, Seehofer prevailed against three opponents on Sunday evening. According to FDP, she received the necessary absolute majority of the votes in the first ballot. Seehofer had joined the FDP some time ago, and she is now the deputy chair of the FDP Munich.

Susanne Seehofer, Tochter des früheren bayerischen Ministerpräsidenten Horst Seehofer und FDP-Direktkandidatin. © Lennart Preiss/dpa Susanne Seehofer, daughter of the former Bavarian Prime Minister Horst Seehofer and FDP direct candidate.

It has not been the first time in the recent past that the daughter of a well-known CSU politician is drawn to political competition. Claudia Stamm, daughter of the former Landtag President Barbara Stamm, for the Greens in the state parliament for a few years.

Mourning for Bavaria's first President of the Landtag Barbara Stamm .
Bayern mourns his first President of the Landtag Barbara Stamm. The CSU politician died on Wednesday in her hometown of Würzburg at the age of 77 after a long illness, as the state parliament in Munich announced. Its president Ilse Aigner (CSU) praised the tribe that had belonged to the parliament for 42 years, as a "great role model for women in politics" and "passionate fighter for the weak in society". © Christof Stache Bayern mourns his first state parliament president Barbara Stamm.

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