US News: SPD wants to officially nominate BOTEZATU as an OB candidate

"Already embarrassing": Greens have to call back hundreds of election posters in Baerbock's home

 the Greens in Annalena Baerbocks Heimatstadt Hanover is under pressure because of an election post. The Hanover City Association has to call back hundreds of election posters because a spelling mistake was overlooked when printing for the upcoming state election in Lower Saxony. © Picture Alliance/dpa Federal Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens) grew up in Hanover. instead of "Lower Saxony" can be read on the election posters of the Green politician Julia Willie Hamburg.

The district association of the Rostock SPD will finally decide on Sunday (around 4.30 p.m.) about his personnel proposal for the mayor election in the Hanseatic city in November. The board of directors had recommended the head of the State Building and Property Office Rostock, Carmen-Alina Botezatu. Their nomination by the district association is considered safe.

In Rostock, a new mayor will be elected on November 13th. The previous incumbent Claus Ruhe Madsen moved to the cabinet of Prime Minister Daniel Günther (CDU) to Schleswig-Holstein in June. If a runoff election is necessary, this is scheduled for November 27th.

other parties have already set up their candidates. CDU and FDP go into the race together with the rank -high police officer Michael Ebert. The Greens nominated the federal government of the Federal Government for Maritime Business and Tourism, Claudia Müller. The left opted for the state parliamentarian Eva-Maria Kröger.

Habeck wants to wait for results of the stress test: Ministry of Economic Affairs apparently makes preparations for nuclear power operations .
reports from the "mirror", plans for a law on nuclear power plant are now being designed. The Minister of Economy does not want to comment officially. © Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/DPA The disused Grohnde nuclear power plant in Lower Saxony. In the Federal Ministry of Economics, there is a report by the "Spiegel" preparatory work for an extension of the terms for the three remaining German nuclear power plants .

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