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What is the date for the German Federal Elections?
It has been 4 years since the last vote of the Germans in 2013. The term of the current chancellor, as per the German constitution, expires and to avoid school holidays the date for this vote has been set for September 24. While the last poles speak of a clear candidate, it is always a tricky proposition to predict the winner as last minute incidents and crucial campaign mistakes may change the scenery and turn it upside down.
Major parties competing in the election
Here is the list of parties along with their leaders:
- Christian Democratic Union (CDU) – Angela Merkel
- Social Democratic Party (SPD) – Martin Schulz
- The Left – Katja Kipping and Bernd Riexinger
- Alliance ’90/The Greens Green politics – Simone Peter and Cem Özdemir
- Christian Social Union (CSU) – Roberto Rink
- Free Democratic Party (FDP) – Christian Lindner
- Alternative for Germany (AfD) – Frauke Petry and Jörg Meuthen
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Forecasts for the next Chancellor
On May 7, Merkel’s Christian Democrats scored a significant victory in a regional election and it gave the conservative party a boost for the national vote ahead. In addition, the rightmost Alternative for Germany party is expected to gain a significant number of votes more than previously.
Geer Wilders, founder and leader of the right-wing Party for Freedom (PVV), said:
“No one will be able to stop the Patriotic Spring, and the old times where the ruling political elite – like Merkel, Hollande, Rutte and others – could bypass and ignore the common people on issues such as immigration, asylum and EU-policy are definitely over. Their soon-to-come political end is the start of a new political wave of patriotism, national sovereignty and the end of cultural relativism.”
Mr. Buras predicted that Merkel will remain the Chancellor of Germany. As per his statement of last September:
“Despite the criticism of Merkel and her sinking support, a majority of voters support the idea of her remaining Chancellor. Her popularity is much weaker than it was months and years ago but it is still at a level of more than 40 percent.”
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