AfD politician Beatrix von Storch on suspicion of election rigging

Beatrix Von Storch

The AFD politician is said to have stacked three candidates for representative positions on the electoral list, although he neither applied nor wanted to do so.

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For Kristin Brinker, who was elected AFD leader in March, it was a real test: because her predecessor had failed to hold several party congresses, the party faced a real marathon in June.

A state list was to be drawn up for the House of Representatives, an election schedule passed and – a day-long task – delegates were to be determined for the AFD federal party convention in December. The mission was successful. Unorthodox but successful, Brinker organized the party congress in a large tent on a meadow in Bisdorf.

Five months later, in all things, the election of representatives of the Party Congress, which until then was hardly noticed by the public, caused a scandal. At its center is Beatrix von Storch, a prominent representative of the regional union.

Because, in the opinion of the party’s regional arbitration court, they had placed three candidates for representative positions on the electoral list, although they neither wanted to apply nor did so, the court issued a temporary injunction.

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