FDP politician: The possible minister who hardly anyone has on their radar
In the coming week, the negotiators from the SPD, Greens and FDP will present the coalition agreement. The ministries’ layouts are to be laid down in it. It is true that no names have been given for the ministerial offices, because the coalition agreement has to be passed through party committees and possibly through member decisions. But a woman in the FDP can calculate the best chances. Bettina Stark-Watzinger is the quiet star of the Liberals.
The 53-year-old Hessin belongs to the core negotiating team of party leader Christian Lindner. While her male colleagues, the general secretary Volker Wissing and the first parliamentary managing director Marco Buschmann, represent the FDP in press conferences and talk shows, she mainly has an impact on the party and parliamentary group.
No matter who you are currently asking about her in the FDP, the verdict is positive. Stark-Watzinger captivates with her common sense, understands how to convey, and is technically strong.