For a few years now, the Social Democrats have seen their votes against the Greens shrink.
most populous federal state GermanyA new regional parliament was elected this Sunday and the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) re-validated its victory, according to projections at the conclusion of the electoral complex. The CDU received 35 percent of the vote, two points more than five years earlier, while the Chancellor’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) received Olaf Scholzo According to polls broadcast by public television ZDF, it stood at 28 percent, a three-point drop from 2017.
However, the CDU is not guaranteed that it will retain power for the weakness of your generous partners, who got 5.5 percent of the votes. With respect to the previous regional elections, about half the votes were sidelined and they leave a possible Re-issue of regional government in the air.
The Greens were in third place with 18 percent, and have made great progress, as they have risen 12 points compared to the 2017 regional elections. They will also be an important factor in the formation of the next government. The numbers could add up to reshape the central government’s traffic light coalition between the Social Democrats, Liberals and Greens at the regional level. However it could also lead to the Jamaica Coalition, which replaces the SPD with the conservatives of the CDU. While waiting for the official results, the constitution of the next executive is unclear.
Called by many people a . as seen The revival of the Social Democrat Olaf Scholz, Which is measured by the strength of a CDU with a new leadership and since last December led by the right wing Friedrich Merz, originally from this “land”. Sense has secured a second victory, while doubts intensify in the SPD, which chains two regional elections with poor results.
Last week, elections held in the small “land” of Schleswig Holstein in the north of the country resulted in a Conservative victory and moved the Greens to second place, leaving the SPD in third place with 16 percent of the vote. , which represents the 11-party to the Chancellor’s Party. The Social Democrats have seen their votes shrink against the Greens, who have been in full swing for some years.
If environmentalists have been the moral winners of elections in North Rhine-Westphalia, the most correct choice is for Germany (AFD) at the opposite pole, which is on the verge of a 5 percent hurdle of the votes required to enter. in the regional parliament. 7.4 percent of the crop harvested five years ago is gone. The party suffers from low visibility in this legislature – it is no longer the main opposition party in the Bundestag – and the pull of Merz’s figure, especially at the head of CDU conservatives more right-wing than its predecessors, has contributed. vote transfer.
Rhenish elections are The most important vote of the German election year. Some 13 million voters were called to vote to elect the new regional chamber, where the dominant force is currently the CDU, which rules in coalition with the Liberals. The head of government, the conservative Hendrik Wst, and the Social Democrat Thomas Kutschaty, who was the “Land’s” minister of justice between 2010 and 2017, competed for first place.
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