Who will be the successor of Angela Merkel in the German election, who will be in power

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The successor to Chancellor Angela Merkel, Germany’s most popular and long-serving Chancellor, is set to be decided in Sunday’s fiercely contested parliamentary elections.

The annual marathon race is being held in the streets of Berlin today, but the bigger competition is actually the election across the country. Chancellor Angela Merkel attended a rally of her party’s candidate Armin Lashett on Saturday for a last-minute vote. According to the latest opinion polls, their chances of winning are not out of reach.

This election is going to determine the next leader of the country with the strongest economy in Europe. More than 60 million people over the age of 18 in Germany are eligible to vote. Voting begins at 8 a.m. local time. When the polls close at 6 pm, it is expected that there will be a clear indication of the election results.

No one can say what the outcome of this election will be. At the very last stage of the election campaign, Angela Merkel came on the field for her party. He warns voters that who will be in power is really important.

Angela Merkel has led Germany for the past 17 years from the top of the country’s politics. He told voters that Germany needed stability and that German youth needed a future. Only Armin Lashett can give it. Nothing can be guessed about this election. More than a third of voters could not decide whom to vote for before the election began. However, a record number of voters have already cast their ballots by post.

In the last few months, this party has been in favor of that party once and again in the opinion polls. The Conservative Christian Democratic Party (CDU) and its affiliates in the state of Bavaria were initially in the lead. Once again the Green Party was ahead. But then suddenly the tide turned for the Social Democratic Party (SDF), led by Olaf Souls.

But their candidate for chancellor, Analena Berbak, lost some support last summer. However, severe flooding in Germany this summer has killed at least 191 people and caused extensive damage in many populous states. Talking to some people in Berlin, however, it is understood that while they give the highest priority to the issue of climate change, they think other parties can also work to solve this problem.

Conservative Armin Lashett told voters that there was a need to move faster towards renewable energy. Because in his words, “We Germans are going much slower in this case.” The Liberal Party disagrees with the FDP Green Party on many issues, but they are attracting young voters on climate issues. Both these parties are likely to go to the next government, both parties can play the role of ‘Kingmaker’.

But the German people will have to wait a while to get an idea of who will be in the next government if any party clearly wins this election. The winning party will have to form a coalition government. However, with the huge coalition government of the two parties now in power in Germany, such a government is unlikely to be formed.

That’s why there are so many types of coalitions in Germany. However, Angela Merkel will have to remain at the top of the government until the uncertainty over the formation of this government is resolved.