Germany government left: Germany election: Will ‘traffic lights’ stop Angela Merkel’s speed? Coalition manipulation begins – possible alliances in germany after parliament elections and replacement of angela merkel
After the results of Germany’s parliamentary elections were announced, it is the first time in the country’s history that a coalition of at least three parties will be needed to form a stable government. Angela Merkel has been in the position of German chancellor for nearly 16 years and in the recent election there was a time when it was believed that she might face defeat. At present, there are three such alliances in the country, in whose favor power can come.
Experts believe that the ‘Traffic Light’ coalition is most likely to come to the government. It has the Social Democrats (red), the Free Democrats’ Part (yellow) and the Green Party. The FDP is considered to be much more right-wing in economic matters than the SPD and the Greens but may agree to form the government once they get the finance ministry in the government. The FDP advocates a free liberal market.
The second opportunity is a coalition of the FDP and the Greens in alliance with Chancellor Merkel’s right-wing CDU/CSU Union Bloc (Black) party. In the event of this alliance, Merkel’s party will likely be headed by the same party.
If the CDU/CSU is ready to work under the leadership of the Social Democrats, it can also form a government with the SPD and the Greens. The SPD has so far refused to hold a junior position in Merkel’s government. At the same time, the names of alliances are kept on the basis of symbols or flags made of colors showing their parties.
Merkel will stay till Christmas
One thing is clear now that Angela Merkel can stay in her post till the coalition is formed and it can last till Christmas. Angela Merkel’s successor will now have the responsibility of propelling Europe’s strongest economy for the next four years. Not only this, climate change is at the top of the voters’ agenda.
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