The Social Democratic leader wants a “social-environmental-liberal alliance” with the Greens and the FDP. Conservative leader Armin Laschett faces first domestic criticism instead (with calls for resignation)
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Berlin Social Democratic leader Olaf Scholes wants a “socio-environmental-liberal alliance” with the Greens and the FDP, while Christian-Democratic leader Armin Lachett vows not to ask for an exploration order as chancellor, but only signals his will to make a majority. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, they have already started Negotiations for a new governmentThis includes first the Greens and the Liberals. The path to executive formation is still long, while the federal parliament is preparing to become the busiest (and the youngest and most populous of all time).
The next day of elections in Germany, With Consolidated results – with 25.7% of the vote, five percent more than in the 2017 federal election; CDU / Csu Conservatives Union 24.1%, 8.9 points lower than in 2017; Greens 14.8%, Fdp 11.5%, AfD 10.3%, Linke 4.9% -, Scholes speaks as a winner. “We will be fast,” he promises, “and citizens want a change.” He declares that he already has ties with the Greens and the Liberals. A “traffic light” alliance in the colors of the three parties has already been tested at the land level with the Rhineland-Palatinate government, which is a question of finding a repeat agreement at the federal level..
Conservative leader Armin Laschett is facing the first internal criticism (with calls for his resignation) that undermines the united front his party displayed on election night. “This result should not and should not satisfy the CDU / CSU,” the Christian-Democratic candidate said at a news conference yesterday. “I know for a fact that I have a personal role to play in the election results,” he admitted. But he urged the union to respond, “regardless of whether we are the government or the opposition at the end of the process.” Not even the SPD has reiterated that it is ready to seek a majority in parliament with the “Jamaica” alliance. (From the colors of the country’s flag: black for Csu / Cdu, yellow for Fdp’s Liberals and finally green).
CDU / CSU fell below 30% for the first time in its history, with the worst result in the federal election: For Lasht, finding a majority is the only way to survive politically. The leader of the CSU, the Baderian Christian-Social Union Federated with the CDU, is even more clear: «It was a defeat. It is not beneficial to gild the pill, ”he admits. He added that the majority could not be sought. Meanwhile, FDP leader Christian Lindner announced that he would lead the “preliminary talks” with Green. The differences between the Greens and the FDP are both for change: “not for CDU / CSU or SPD cracking”. He reiterated his opposition to raising taxes (excluding the giants on the web) or easing the debt break, two of Greene’s key points that he wants to finance environmental change in this way.
Link, which lost more than 4 points and is below the 5% limit compared to 2017, has a more bitter balance.: Can enter the Federal Parliament (there are estimated to be 39 seats), as it won 3 direct orders, allowing to enjoy seat distribution based on the percentage received. The far-right Afadi also loses points (2.3) at the federal level, but consolidates its results in the eastern part of the country.: Practically all Saxony-Anhalt (except 4 constituencies), becoming the first party to expel CDUs over a large part of Thuringia. A result that indicates the difference between the so-called new land and other parts of the country.
Finally, the number of Members of Parliament is increasing, Based on a complex German electoral system based on the balance between two dissenting votes cast on the ballot paper: they would be 735 (as opposed to 709 in the previous legislature). In the former legislature, 31% (the population was 36% in 2013), and compared to the youth, more women make up 35% of them: 19% of the selected candidates are between 30 and 39 years of age and 6% are below 30 years of age. The youngest of them all are two 23-year-old MPs from Greens, Milla Foster and Nicholas Wagner. Finally, two transgender women enter for the first time, Tessa Ganser and Nike Slavic, always with greens.
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