What bothers you most about society?

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On January 11th, I had sent the six candidates for the mayor's chair in Heringsdorf 10 questions each, with the request to answer them by January 18th. All six went out of their way to answer the questions.

I thought for a long time whether I would allow comments on the answers. Comments are open, but I may ask all commentators to deal with the candidates' responses in a factual manner. I won't even bother editing comments. Posts that do not comply will be completely deleted. So please think first and then comment.

The candidates' questions and answers are arranged in the order I received them.

For better navigation you can jump directly to the individual candidates and after the last answer back to the overview.

Overview

Thomas Heilmann
Johannes Tolxdorff
Klaus Kottwittenborg
Helmut Friedrich
Lars Petersen
Frank Lettner

Thomas Heilmann

1. Why did you apply?

    For three reasons:

    1. I have been working intensively on various committees for 7 years and would like to even more do as my volunteer work allows in my free time.

    2. I want to promote the development of our community better and thus represent the interests of all citizens of the community of Ostseebad Heringsdorf.
    3. Because as a child, and even more intensely since I've lived here, I've experienced a lot of good things and want to give something back.

2. Why do you think you are the right person?

    Actually a good question for voters. At my age you are in the middle of a human life, in this respect I am equally close and close to both the youth and the people who have already achieved a lot and who at some point want to fulfill their well-deserved retirement and enjoy being well cared for Committed. Through my dedicated work in the committees, I know what our fellow citizens are missing and what they value.

    My sons aged 9 and 8 will have a little sister in March. Therefore, I am currently informed about the worries and needs of young families. For this reason I know that the expansion and renovation of our school buildings must have top priority. The assembly hall extension must not be put off the back burner. The children must be able to concentrate on learning. I stand for that with all my might.

    I would be one to the employees of the administration and the community council straighter and fairer Partner and always available for you.

3. What are your personal strengths?

    I like to work in a structured and goal-oriented manner. A major factor in my goals is whether I can achieve something that is important for as many people as possible. Tolerance, fairness and self-critical For me, contemplation is as much a part of life as it is to Usedom, beach and sun.

4. What are your personal weaknesses?

    Possibly my weaknesses are more forgivable weaknesses that each of us could have. Because one thing is certain, everyone has some. One weakness is that I do unexplained things want to know done and not tomorrow.

5. What bothers you most about other people and how do you deal with them?

    Each of us has our strengths and weaknesses, and hardly anyone likes to talk about them. For me, knowing about this is the best and honest basis for tolerance and for being lenient, even if it may be difficult.
    Injustice, arrogance and ignorance but others annoyed me as a child.

6. Who is your role model and why this or that?

    My parents are the best role models. Your life's work under much more difficult conditions than we find today is a high standard. Despite all the critical conditions from today's perspective, they have always offered me and my siblings a good home. I am proud of both of them because they have mastered the transition to a new social system, despite their advanced age at the time. You have been married for 51 years and have shown us children that anything can be done with solidarity. Even when things don't go that way, there's no need to give up.

7. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in a year?

    Immediately after taking office on June 1st, 2012, I will do everything possible, together with UTG, KTS and the municipal council, to ensure that the European Football Championship 2012 project is a complete success for the island and the citizens of our municipality, and that sustainable effects are created.

    Within a year, construction would have started on the polyclinic (medical center). The committees would be presented with coherent concepts with reliable partners for affordable, age-appropriate, assisted living in Bansin, Heringsdorf and Ahlbeck. The renovation of the schools and the integration of the after-school care center could be planned for everyone by means of strict targets. I would go on an intensive search for investors for a cinema. The administration would be converted to a service provider for the citizen, with citizen offices in Bansin, Heringsdorf and Ahlbeck. The clubs would have planning security through long-term contracts. The same applies to tenants of communal land. This in turn would be the basis for the community to be able to make demands for quality improvement. There would be in every district a citizens' meeting. I have already taken a lot of time for the youth to explore their concerns in detail. It is important to me to stop emigration and make immigration interesting. Free funds would be made available at the end of the year for Christmas markets in the districts. The budgets would be presented to the community representatives on time and I would work with them equally and fairly. The municipality's website would be revised and would always be up-to-date and informative for citizens and interested parties. I would make the preparations so that we get as many roundabouts as possible in the community to relieve the roads. The most important project would be the roundabout in Bansin below the gas station. Thus, a better public transport connection from Bansin-Dorf could take place again. It would be very important for me to give the employees of the community-owned companies, such as Eigenbetrieb, Kaiserbäder-Tourismus-Service GmbH and the housing company, a feeling of security through the stability of my actions and appreciation of the work done by the employees. As a reliable and fair partner, I would want to win back the lost trust of the Usedomer Tourism Society and its employees, as well as the other island communities. A year after the election, it would be nice to make the citizens who did not vote me feel that the citizens who voted for me were right. At the same time, I would continue to fight for the citizens whose voice I did not yet have, and their ideas and opinions are also needed in the necessary changes.

8. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in seven years?

    My concept provides that after the seven-year term in office, the citizens see themselves in a community where it is fun to live and work. With active support, the preservation and diversity of clubs, whether in culture, fire brigade or sport, will play an important role. In the community it is ensured that the children find care and training from the day nursery to the Abitur. The implementation of partnership models for living space that suits the income and living conditions, whether young or old, is essential for me. The existing tourism professionals are working together on solutions that will create the best possible solution for the employees. This includes, among other things, variable and flexible opening times for daycare centers and youth clubs. Through legally secure solutions, I will work in cooperation with the building ministry to ensure that the proliferation of further holiday home complexes is halted. This is to secure the additional source of income by operating 1-2 holiday apartments for the locals. The unrestricted preservation of the unique pool architecture and the trees play one of the biggest roles for me. Expansion of the tourist infrastructure takes place with me only in an inseparable connection with a noticeable added value for the locals. By expanding the tourist infrastructure, e.g. a marina in Heringsdorf and safeguarding the traditional customs e.g. fishing or beach chair factory or a summer toboggan run, the community should be secured and expanded for the future as the most important tourist location and thus a safe employer.

    At the end of the term of office, a balanced budget with a corresponding reserve is to be handed over. The ongoing traffic problem is to be counteracted through determined commitment to support Heringsdorf Airport, efforts to restore the Karnin Bridge and the creation of roundabouts. In the case of stationary traffic, the creation of further parking garages in the seaside resorts is to be examined. My goal is that after 7 years the residents have the confidence that I can accompany them for another 7 years and invite them to work together on the most important developments.

9. What is your favorite place in Heringsdorf and why is it?

    There are many favorite places. The lines available to me are not enough. We live in a wonderful place and it is beautiful and humanly fulfilling at the same time to feel the responsibility associated with it in many places.

    But my absolute favorite place is in the middle of the people. Whether in the Pommernhalle, in the disco tent or, as on December 25th, 2011 with the tenors in the Kaiserbädersaal. Here you can feel the diversity.

    Just a small thing, but in order to be able to enjoy it all even better together, I would have some benches set up to linger and waste paper baskets to keep our favorite places clean.

10. There were now nine questions, the tenth is missing. Which other should I have asked you?

    Where do you see opportunities to improve the economy of the community?

    I see many possibilities there. The most important thing in all measures, however, is that our citizens must always generate a recognizable added value.

    The most important for me is the struggle to classify our community as a middle center. We are currently regarded as a basic center by the regional planning authority.

    The next medium-sized centers are Wolgast and Greifswald. If you look at the catalog of criteria for classification, I see that our community, especially after the opening of the border, actually fulfills a lot more of these points than Wolgast. The last mayor failed to submit the relevant requests. This means that our citizens are missing approx. € 600,000 annually, which are needed for many important tasks.

    There is great potential in the provision of illegal parking fees, as well as for illegally hanging posters. This not only creates additional income, but also ensures order and cleanliness in the community.

    A consistent, legally secure award of services to companies that are based in the municipality helps to increase business tax income.
    When using the community forest, there are also additional sources of income through the sale of wood, of course coupled with sensible replanting.
    Long-term strengthening of the rehabilitation facilities in the community can generate additional income, for example in the spa area.
    With agreements between neighboring communities on services that are more cost-intensive for an individual and can be designed more cheaply together, e.g. new archiving regulations or joint data processing, money can also be saved.

    And then there is our most important asset, we have so many hard-working and honestly working people in our community, whose ideas we cannot do without in our cooperation.

    Here, too, it means doing a lot differently than was occasionally the case recently.

    The optimism of Mr. Goethe will be able to give us additional wings if we think about it together:

    "You can build something beautiful out of the stones that are placed in your way!"

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Johannes Tolxdorff

1. Why did you apply?

    The districts of Bansin and Sellin, Alt- and Neu-Sallenthin, Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Gothen form the seaside resort of Heringsdorf on the island of Usedom. From here impulses go to the whole island - impulses come back here from the whole island. Shaping this for the future is a task that still has tremendous potential. This task is so attractive that I decided to run.

2. Why do you think you are the right person?

    I have experience in municipal management, as a works manager and mayor. To be mayor does not only mean to be in charge of a municipality (we have several districts) and to represent it, but to be there for the inhabitants of all districts and for their work. Touch, not just delegate. I do constructive administrative work.

3. What are your personal strengths?

    Listening, recognizing problems, analyzing facts. Develop tasks from this and then work on them promptly. Keep what was promised! Make decisions, not zigzag navigation.

4. What are your personal weaknesses?

    Chocolate, cookies, cakes and other sweet things. I just have to do more exercise!

5. What bothers you most about other people and how do you deal with them?

    I approach my fellow human beings positively, each and every one of them. For me there is no mass. As a single father, I don't like superficiality. I listen to the little man from the street as well as the man with a fancy limousine or a big bank account. Status symbols are a long way from making people better.

6. Who is your role model and why this or that?

    Role models are such a thing. Where is the individuality! As a teenager you want to emulate role models until you realize that these people are not perfect either. As unusual as it may sound, today I have a lot more respect for my teachers, who endured me in my youth and endured my madness. Today I wish for this energy and understanding in order to do justice to the tasks and problems of today's young generation.

7. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in a year?

    Citizens' trust in the administration, trust in the MPs and their decisions, understanding for the residents. Trust is the mother of an orderly and well-structured church. We are only as good as we allow ourselves to be, this understanding must be created.

8. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in seven years?

    The municipality of Ostseebad Heringsdorf has to become the flagship of the island of Usedom again. Not only to the outside world, but also to oneself. But that is not possible without the smaller districts and the Achterland. Understanding and cooperation between the seaside resort and the hinterland must be strengthened - then tourism will also work.

9. What is your favorite place in Heringsdorf and why is it?

    In Sallenthin the observation tower behind the mountain mill. There you can enjoy a wonderful view of almost the entire seaside resort and is surrounded by rural tranquility. A place where you can escape the hustle and bustle of tourists in summer without having escaped. There you can get an overview of the whole thing. There are many beautiful places in the municipality.

10. There were now nine questions, the tenth is missing. Which other should I have asked you?

    If I had three wishes, no matter which one, my third wish would be another three wishes. The tenth question you ask me is: "How many more questions can I ask you?" And the answer will be: "Anyone you can think of!"

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Klaus Kottwittenborg

1. Why did you apply?

    In the past few weeks, many citizens of our community have asked me to reconsider my decision - not to run again as a candidate for mayor - after all. Politicians and personalities at district and state level have also subscribed to this request from citizens, tradespeople, hoteliers, senior citizens or club members from the imperial baths. They appreciate my administrative work, my community-oriented, neutral or cross-party work as well as my work aimed at the good of the community. And the realization of projects that have already started is still important to me.

2. Why do you think you are the right person?

    After I was the deputy mayor of the Baltic Sea resort of Heringsdorf for twelve years and have been mayor for nine years, I am still motivated and at the same time convinced that I will be able to successfully master the sandy, rocky or mountainous paths of a community leader in the next seven years and do my part for the common good to be able to. In the past few years we have already embarked on a good path in terms of budget consolidation and I would definitely like to continue.

3. What are your personal strengths?

    Many years of professional experience in finance and local government. My persistence, beyond day-to-day tasks, to turn to visions. Because the vision is a picture of our future that visionaries are enthusiastic about and then also their fellow human beings. It brings clarity and direction to acting and thinking, because I know what I am striving for, what I am doing and in which direction we want to develop.

4. What are your personal weaknesses?

    You don't always get to your goal straight away and therefore the ability to be patient is imposed on people, but people like to fail in this discipline and that also applies to my person. In addition, finding the balance between work and relaxation (reflection) requires a change on my part.

5. What bothers you most about other people and how do you deal with them?

    Know-it-all, which I meet with humor: “Thank you, Professor, how good that we talked about it. Your opinion is always very important to me "

6. Who is your role model and why this or that?

    There are many people on our globe to whom I give the highest credit. Inventors, scientists, volunteers, doctors, helpers, rescuers and and and.
    Our former Chancellor Helmut Schmidt is one of them. There are people who do not accept reality, but want to change it on a large scale. But in spite of their search, they did not find anything. The concept of Helmut Schmidt is different: he accepts reality as such and only influences it with fine adjustments. This enabled him to occupy a number of terms, including realism, a sense of proportion, pragmatism, and reason.

7. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in a year?

    The municipality of Ostseebad Heringsdorf will not only present itself as an excellent host and with a great appearance during the television broadcasts of ZDF and Polish television as part of the European Football Championship 2012, but I will also strengthen my commitment to more cleanliness, order and security. After the school landscape in our community has been preserved, the former Maxim-Gorki-Gymnasium is now being renovated into a primary school for over 2.5 million euros and the serpentine path in Heringsdorf am Kulm is being expanded.

8. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in seven years?

    A very long look into the future. Creation of a modern municipal service administration with high quality standards. Targeted training and further education of employees for independent, creative and innovative participation. Improvement of the tourist infrastructure, such as cross-island transport projects, proximity to the citizens, support for the diverse work of the association and much more.

9. What is your favorite place in Heringsdorf and why is it?

    The election campaign will not be a walk in the park, but I really enjoy long walks on the longest promenade in Europe, on the beach or through the beautiful forests and meadows.

    In all three seaside resorts and our districts there are places where I like to stay a little longer. In Bansin on the Langenberg, in the Heringsdorf rose garden or on the historic Ahlbeck pier. Also the view of the seven lakes from the observation tower in Sallenthin or on foot from Gothen to Heringsdorf. For me, walks are moments of relaxation, moments of observation and thoughtful seclusion. When exercising in the sun, in the fresh air, but also in the rain or in the snow, I can let my mind and soul dangle.

10. There were now nine questions, the tenth is missing. Which other should I have asked you?

    What qualities do I appreciate in my five competitors for mayor's office?
    Helmut Friedrich - his humanity and honesty
    Lars Petersen - his passion (love) for sport
    Frank Letter - his sense of justice
    Thomas Heilmann - his ability to communicate
    Johannes Tolxdorff - his reluctance

    A fair and successful election campaign for all of us.

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Helmut Friedrich

1. Why did you apply?

    ... to ensure that - as far as I can - the residents are doing well
    ... this includes well-functioning tourism, good infrastructure, good association work and much more.

2. Why do you think you are the right person?

    ... based on social and professional competence
    - Active participation in clubs for about 20 years
    - 18 years of political experience as a local council member and parliamentary group chairman, later mayor, and after the merger, inter alia, community representative head

3. What are your personal strengths?

    ... among other things, I can conduct well 🙂

4. What are your personal weaknesses?

    ... with Milka and Lind chocolate I can hardly resist 🙂

5. What bothers you most about other people and how do you deal with them?

    ... lack of loyalty → "dare to trust" again and again

6. Who is your role model and why this or that?

    ... committed people who have invested and sacrificed a lot for the benefit of other people - in the social, economic and political fields

7. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in a year?

    ... beautify the townscape and improve the infrastructure in the districts by maintaining and maintaining investments made

8. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in seven years?

    ... a liquid community that lives up to its position of “playing in the Champions League”
    ... and in which seniors, families, singles and children feel comfortable, and local companies are firmly established in the market

9. What is your favorite place in Heringsdorf and why is it?

    … Bansin, Kastanienring 1 - my home
    ... and of course the Baltic Sea beach of our community, because this is where I grew up

10. There were now nine questions, the tenth is missing. Which other should I have asked you?

    How will you spend March 11, 2012?

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Lars Petersen

1. Why did you apply?

    I've been on the island of Usedom since 1993 and “fell in love” with this region. This love has lasted for almost 20 years. In addition to the beautiful spa architecture and the endless white beaches, I really enjoyed the warm welcome from the people who lived here. This island has become my home, it should stay that way, my heart depends on it.

    For me, the principle applies that what is available, above all, must be preserved in this uniqueness, we should leave our beautiful homeland in the responsibility that we were given and we should finally all stand up for it. Unfortunately, it is no longer five to twelve but much later. Unfortunately, there are plenty of examples of mismanagement for the benefit of less. Actually, it is a matter of creating alternatives for young people, giving them the opportunity to stay at home in their region.

    So far I have volunteered in various areas and put a lot of effort into youth work. But I think that alone is no longer enough, many things have got into trouble, the responsibility of those currently active in politics is no small amount.

    "Grumbling" is one thing, but whoever grumbles must create alternatives or face responsibility. That was ultimately the decisive factor in running for the election and I think the stories about knowledge of the statutes and human behavior that have become known in the run-up to the election show me that it was the right decision.

    "I am not stuck with the structures" - I think it is time to involve someone who can act independently, has no dependencies on the structures that have developed and thus strive for decisions for the good of all citizens. Independent ...... ..

2. Why do you think you are the right person?

    Do i think so ?? I see myself more as an alternative to the established ones who have been trying their hand at community politics for years and who have managed to get not even 30% percent of citizens to vote. Confidence in politics has been lost at all levels, not even the office of Federal President is undisputed.

    I see myself as a link between the community, the administration and the citizen. Would like to be available as a contact person for every citizen and also offer that. Don't just want to be seen as a representative of the community. It is time to build trust again.

    Maybe with my candidacy I will get more citizens to vote, I would see 60% or 70% as a success. For our “election weary” citizens an alternative, perhaps also a protest option, has been created. Excuses in this direction are no longer opportune. You don't choose a politician, you choose one of you who wants to get involved with you.

    And what is very important: "I am not stuck with the structures". When I have completed my term of office, I return to my job and do not have to rely on any subsidies, agreements and clinking for a follow-up employment.

3. What are your personal strengths?

    Determination, reliability and my direct way of expressing my opinion. My wife always says, “helpful, cooperative, charming way of surrounding young and old as well as my commitment to disadvantaged people, I have a big heart”.

4. What are your personal weaknesses?

    I can't say "NO", but I think others should judge that. Please tell me who made it up.

5. What bothers you most about other people and how do you deal with them?

    I am disturbed by insincerity and the interpretation of regulations and "laws" for my own benefit, just the inflection of our laws that apply to everyone. I like to address this personally, tell someone in the face and react with disappointment if it is denied despite clearly visible and available evidence.

    Otherwise I accept every person with their weaknesses, take every person as they are.

6. Who is your role model and why this or that?

    When they were footballers, they were fighters like Jürgen Kohler or Hans-Peter Briegel. Today I no longer have any role models, but I admire people who are involved in voluntary work and who put their own interests at the back of their minds - plus people with backbones, everyone makes mistakes, but to stand by and not shift responsibility onto others, that forces me to be respectful .

7. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in a year?

    That the voters tell me it was the right decision and confidently tell me what is important to them.

8. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in seven years?

    That is hard to say. This certainly means that the communities on the island pull together in some areas (bundling of forces such as equality, file archives, library, computer scientists). I love the island and like to see it as the island of Usedom and not as individual pieces of the puzzle, which may also be missing pieces in order to eventually put them together as a complete picture.
    Of course, I would be happy if we had a "zero" on the list of those looking for accommodation, the Ostseetherme would attract many guests as a season-extending measure, we would have strong associations in the community that do great youth work and offer them prospects.

    In everything that has been pushed and achieved, it is important to me that I have remained authentic and have not lost my independence.

9. What is your favorite place in Heringsdorf and why is it?

    I love the island with all its facets, Heringsdorf as a whole is part of it. I feel good everywhere. I used to enjoy boat trips on the Baltic Sea, the backdrop (spa architecture) in front of Bansin and Heringsdorf fascinated me and cast a spell over me.

10. There were now nine questions, the tenth is missing. Which other should I have asked you?

    Quite simply, I miss a question about the person and not the institution “mayor” that is up for election here. Therefore, briefly some information about Lars Petersen as a person

    Born in 1965 in Wilster / Schleswig-Holstein as the son of the independent master carpenter Horst Petersen (born in Halberstadt / Thuringia) and his wife Hannelore (born in Freital / Saxony). Three younger sisters, Ines and the twins Karen and Uta.
    Married to Silke, née Diedrich from Heringsdorf.
    Profession: Police chief inspector at the Federal Police - employed in Lübeck in 1981
    1993 - 2008 with the Federal Police in Ahlbeck (various functions in the administrative and operational area as well as public relations and prevention
    2008 - 2011: Clerk for public relations and controlling at the Federal Police Inspection Pasewalk (responsible for OVP, HGW and UER, today's VG)
    Since February 2011 as a clerk at the Federal Authorized Body in Berlin, among other things, involved in the "implementation of the introduction of digital radio" in the Federal BOS (authorities and organizations for security tasks) and thus also for the Federal Police.
    Hobbies: "Girls" for everything at HSV Insel Usedom, "Hobby" journalist sports for the Ostseezeitung, skiing, sauna (regular guest at the Ostseetherme), football, tennis and handball

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Frank Lettner

1. Why did you apply?

    Because this is my home, my homeland and it is a matter close to my heart that my children and maybe at some point my grandchildren also see our community as their home and would like to stay here and can, because they have real prospects for the future here.

2. Why do you think you are the right person?

    My family has been deeply rooted here for generations. These roots connect me to our church. In addition, I was able to enjoy a very good and highly qualified training, through which I was given the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to solve the tasks at hand in the best possible way. It is also important to me that existing laws and regulations are applied to the same extent for everyone.

3. What are your personal strengths?

    I am very inquisitive and (almost) always have an open ear for the worries and needs of my fellow human beings and always try to find a solution to problems. If I am convinced of the correctness of a matter then I also stand up 100% for this conviction and fight for it with all my strength. I'm also a justice fanatic.

4. What are your personal weaknesses?

    Unfortunately, when fighting for these beliefs, I often neglect the people who are closest to me, namely my own family, and they have to put things back on track. I am also often impatient when solving problems does not proceed as quickly as expected.

5. What bothers you most about other people and how do you deal with them?

    It bothers me when other people are absolutely resistant to advice and are unwilling to deal with the relevant arguments. Even if I have recognized that there is no discussion of the arguments, I still try to persuade my positions. Unfortunately sometimes like a fight against windmills.

6. Who is your role model and why this or that?

    I don't have a single role model. The mixture of positive and negative qualities that exists within each person makes up the unique character of each person and thus makes them something special. Of course there are many people whom I respect very much and whose achievements in life I find remarkable, such as my two grandmothers, who always managed to keep families together even under difficult conditions.

7. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in a year?

    That mutual trust is re-established between residents, community representatives and administration and that our community receives a positive reputation. This is made possible by the fact that orders and positions are publicly advertised and awarded transparently and every interested party receives the same chance regardless of the person.

8. If you win the election, what would you like to have achieved in seven years?

    That our community is a home for all residents with future prospects for each individual, that everyone can say I have a good perspective on life here and it is no longer the case that parents raise their children to have to leave here in order to be able to live well and that The saying “Live where others go on vacation” is uttered with pride and conviction by young and old alike.

9. What is your favorite place in Heringsdorf and why is it?

    As a child, my favorite place was the beach in Ahlbeck, where I grew up near the KBS. Now there are many places that I can think of that I love very much. One of my favorite places is e.g. the stone table in the Heringsdorf forest. It is a wonderful gem of our community, where you can find absolute peace and quiet far away from the hectic daily hustle and bustle.

10. There were now nine questions, the tenth is missing. Which other should I have asked you?

    The 10th question should have been asked: What will you do on June 1st, 2012, a) if you have won the election and b) if you have not won the election.

    a) Of course, I will first hold talks with all employees of the administration in order to work out together with them how the future cooperation should look like, with the aim of creating a citizen-friendly and citizen-friendly administration.

    b) I will unlock my office door in the morning and use my existing energy, vigor and of course my knowledge in my law firm for my clients and to assert their interests. "

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Addendum 02/23/2012: I have closed the comments because apparently nobody is willing to deal with the questions and answers of the candidates that are at stake here.