Marco Bülow, has announced his resignation from the SPD. The learned the German press Agency from party circles. The daily mirror reported that the 47-Year-old wool belong to the Bundestag more than a non-attached member.
Bülow, sitting since 2002 as a direct candidate from the constituency Dortmund I in the Bundestag, is critical to the course of the SPD chair Andrea Nahles. He is a co-signatory of the call-to-left movement to get Up from the left, group leader Sahra Wagenknecht. Bülow was also seen as opponents of the Grand coalition: In the case of the election of the Chancellor in March of this year, he voted for Angela Merkel. He has studied journalism, history and political science.
Achim Post, Deputy parliamentary leader of the SPD, said the editorial network Germany: “The decision of Marco Bülow is the final point of a longer development, which is for many not a Surprise.” Post urged Bülow to resign.
In the course of the day, it is expected that Bülow declared at a press conference, the motives behind his party’s exit.