Olaf Scholz and centre-left Social Democrats narrowly win German election – video
The centre-left Social Democrats party (SDP) have won the biggest share of the vote in Germany's national election, beating outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel's centre-right CDU in a closely fought race
The conservative rule in Germany under Angela Merkel has ended after 16 years as official preliminary results show SPD secured 25.7% of the vote and CDU won 24.1% . Read more: The Guardian »
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When its ww3 because of them They might not be the governing party though, so the headline is misleading or badly researched (?) as you didn’t take the different system into account. A government will have to be formed by parties working together, it’s not the “the winner takes it all” system thankfully!
Muhhahaha center left. This ist outside painting. scholz is a neoliberale corrupted man. cumex wirecard and wabobank. This is better than Luschet but in German. 'Es bleibt alles wie bisher' Scholz stay for no more climate change, no more social fairness and the black Zero. Well, in a way yes, because the SPD is now the strongest party. But, because of the way things work in Germany, it's still entirely possible that they will be out of the government, as a coalition still needs to be formed.