Walter Kohl is the eldest son of the late Chancellor Helmut Kohl – now he wants to get more involved politically and is in the CDU occurred. In an interview with “Time online” he said, maybe he could be an example that lateral entrants could make a difference politically.
He had always elected the CDU until the end of his father’s chancellorship because “this party best reflects the sum of my convictions”. The AfD is “unpatriotic, hostile to the state and not sustainable”.
He is worried about democracy in Germany, Kohl said in an interview. The country needs strong parties in the middle, not new parties. He was convinced that the CDU AfD voters could win back. “Above all, it restores political predictability and reliability,” said Kohl, advocating clear guidelines.
In addition to a minimum wage of 13 euros, he also pleads for a future fund. This would bring “a safe investment option with a tax-free guaranteed interest rate of 3.5 percent with a multi-year investment tie”, says Kohl.