There were coups attempts in various parts of the country that required a swift from the army for which emergency funding was required.
He had not yet been appointed chancellor and only suggested this measure to Hindenburg to ensure that funds were available for standard running of the state.
He encountered stiff opposition to his deflationary policies from the KPD which necessitated emergency funding for the army to respond to this threat.
He encountered stiff opposition to his deflationary budget from socialists, nationalists and communists.
To ignore the sentiment and continue with presidential rule.
To call an election for September 1930 to secure a workable majority.
To suppress extreme parties who were leading this sentiment.
To appeal to Hindenburg to appoint a new chancellor and accept his resignation.
It was inevitable in the crisis circumstances that the extreme parties would be the major beneficiaries.
The Centre party was bound to benefit massively being the middle ground party of common sense.
Hindenburg was furious Bruning would not use presidential rule as the major means of governing.
The stress was to bring about his premature death by heart attack.
There were accusations of corruption first time around.
No one achieved a clear majority in the first election.
It was considered bad form on the part of the candidates to declare victory in such a close election win.
A KPD/Nazi clash closed down polling booths across the country which invalidated the election.
Hindenburg was sick of ruling through article 48.
It was clear the Nazis were the only valid party to govern the country by this time.
Schleicher had convinced Hindenburg that the SPD was, in fact, a better bet in the long run and that Bruning's economic policies had hurt the country.
Schleicher convinced Hindenburg that Bruning's Prussian agrarian reforms and his ban on the SA and SS due to violent behaviour proved him to be too left wing.
An agreement had to be made with the Nazis and that there was a real prospect of civil war.
Papen was too left wing and would move to expand spending in a Keynsian inspired economic policy to battle the depression.
Schleicher could win a new election and bond the civil government with the army.
Hitler now had to be appointed as the single most popular politician in Germany.