World Angela Merkel calls to vote Armin Laschet (CDU) for "Germany remains stable"

22:50  24 september  2021
22:50  24 september  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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La chancelière allemande Angela Merkel lors d’un meeting de son parti, à Munich, le 24 septembre 2021. © Thomas Kienzle / AFP The German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a meeting of his party, in Munich, September 24, 2021.

to two days of the legislative elections in Germany, the Chancellor Angela Merkel warned against the scenario of a victory of the Social candidate OLAF SCHOLZ, at the top of the polls, supporting the conservative candidate of his party, the CDU.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Friday voters to vote for Armin Laschet , the Conservative candidate of his party, the CDU, so that Germany "remains stable" , two days before the legislative election who must designate his successor at the head of the country .

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"For Germany to stay stable, Armin Leschet must become a federal chancellor," she said at a meeting of his party in Munich, before the Sunday elections, which augured a tight duel between the Favorite Social Democrat and its rival on the right.

"The question of who governs Germany is not unimportant," added, warning against the scenario of a victory of the Social candidate Olaf Scholz, at the top of the polls.

"Can you imagine a red-red-green government? , she launched representatives of the CDU and the CSU, gathered in the largest city in Bavaria (South) for this last campaign meeting.

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among the options possible for a future coalition, an alliance "red-red-green" between the SCD Social Democrat candidate, Olaf Scholz, The Radical Left Party Die Linke and the Greens, is not excluded.

This coalition, however, is not the most likely and faces many ideological differences between the three parties.

But the Conservatives, in difficulty in the polls, made this perspective a red cloth to remobilize their troops.

The Chancellor criticized the tax increases provided for by the Social Democratic candidate, saying to fear that they do not run away from German companies in Austria or the Netherlands.

"It's not our policy" , she said, preferring an "policy that allows businesses to stay at home and create jobs here so that Germany can prosper".

The Chancellor also warned against

"the removal of the brake on debt", constitutional rule of budgetary rigor, and the risks of a " European Union of Debt", that could bring, according to it , a victory of the left.

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The election is over but months of talks are just getting started to see who will be chancellor.As he and the other party leaders met colleagues to decide their next steps, he has come under increased pressure to abandon attempts to form a coalition.

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