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Monday, September 27, 2021

Germany: Voting over, neck-and-neck

Voting to elect the new parliament in Germany has been completed. After this, in the exit polls released, there is a close competition between the two biggest parties CDU-CSU and SPD. In this way, there may be a lot of difficulties in the formation of the new government. Votes were held in Germany to elect the new parliament on Sunday. From the possibilities expressed in the exit polls regarding the election results, it is clear that the formation of a new government can prove to be a difficult task.

In the current government, each other's partners CDU-CSU and SPD can get 25-25 percent votes. The Green Party, which works exclusively for the environment, can get 15 percent of the votes, while the pro-business FDP is being told in the fourth place with 11 percent of the votes. The far-right AFD party is expected to get 11 percent and the left-wing Linke Party five percent.

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These elections will decide who will replace Angela Merkel, who is stepping down after 16 years as chancellor of Germany. In this election, Armin Lashet has been made the CDU-CSU's candidate for the post of chancellor, while he is being contested by the Finance Minister in the current government and Olaf Schultz of the SPD party. The Green Party is contesting the election for the first time by fielding a chancellor candidate. The party has fielded Annalena Bayerbock as its candidate. The Bundestag has a minimum of 598 seats, but the number of MPs keeps on increasing due to Germany's complex electoral system. The current parliament has 709 members. The Parliament that comes into existence after the election can have more members.