31-year-old becomes the president of the SVP Zurich – Toni Bortoluzzi becomes vice president
Executive board SVP Zurich decided on Monday at a special meeting in Wallisellen, which will lead the unwell party in the national elections: Patrick Walder of Dübendorf to raise the pieces – at least until the elections.
The 31-year-old local council, which had run unsuccessfully for the cantonal council, should replace the former president of the party Konrad Langhart, who resigned because of the electoral defeat of Zurich SVP.
Next to Langhart also the first vice president Gregor Rutz, the second vice president Stefan Schmid and the party secretary Roland Scheck and the deputy party secretary Christoph Bähler.
Viezepräsidien should be replaced by the former National Council, Toni Bortoluzzi, Canton Councilor Elizabeth Pflugshaupt and Canton Orlando Beaches. The secretariat has not been re-staffed.
On Tuesday, the delegates will officially confirm this option of the board. The party's new leadership should remain in office until at least the federal elections. Walder was pleased that he could "rely on such experienced strengths" in his new role.
Former president sees himself as a "pawn sacrifice"
Last Friday, there was a mass resignation at the top of the party. Former party president Langhart described himself as a "pawn sacrifice". But he also stepped back from his own pieces, he told Keystone-SDA on Friday.
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"If there are losses again in the national elections in the fall, I can and I do not want to take responsibility." Moreover, our man is wrong if you need to look harder.
The SVP Zurich lost 5.6 percent of the cantonal elections. He lost 9 seats and fell back to his lowest level since 1995. With 45 mandates, however, he still represents the largest fraction in the 180-member Cantonese Council. (SDA)
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