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Entertainment Bundestag election: TV final round reveals how difficult coalition negotiations are

08:05  24 september  2021
08:05  24 september  2021 Source:   ksta.de

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it is symbolic for the entire election campaign, which happens at that moment. Olaf Scholz strokes out his experience when it comes to the topic how to create enough affordable living space in metropolitan areas. So much is built, it applies to close wide alliances, says the SPD chancellor candidate. "That suddenly succeeded," says Scholz in allusion to his time as mayor in Hamburg. "I have replaced a CDU-guided government in Hamburg, who overslept the housing construction."

Annalena Baerbock und Olaf Scholz in der TV-Schlussrunde © DPA Annalena Baerbock and Olaf Scholz in the TV final round

Union Chancellor's Candidate Armin Lashet (CDU) also calls for "Building , Building, Building ". He plays the map to warn against a red-red-green coalition. Scholz will not be able to do a reasonable policy with left and green, he says - and refers to the "German Living & Co." supported by the left and green-supported initiative "in Berlin.

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SpeedDating of the parties

Seven top politicians in 90 minutes: The TV final round in ARD and ZDF of representatives of the parties represented in the Bundestag is SpeedDating. This applies to the rapid succession of the speeches as for the variety of topics: from dealing with lateral thinking activists on debt brake to foreign policy.

In the TV triells previously, only the chancellor candidates were Scholz, Laschet and Annalena Baerbock from the Greens. Now Christian Lindner come for the FDP, Janine Wisser for the Left and Alice Weidel for the AFD. In addition to CDU boss Armin Laschet, the Bavarian Prime Minister and CSU Chairman Markus Söder is sitting. After all, the CSU is its own and often idiosyncratic party.

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The most likely coalition possibilities after the election is a traffic light coalition under the leadership of the SPD and a Jamaica coalition under the leadership of the CDU. How difficult both can become, the debate on the topic of finance - based on the differences between Greens and FDP.

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Green Chancellor Candidate Annalena Baerbock makes it clear that you want to change the rules of debt brake in favor of investments. FDP boss Christian Lindner says a softening of the debt brake is an exclusion criterion for a coalition. Lindner says investments would have to take place in particular in the private sector - and calls for a "super write program". Why, so he asks, would never be wondered where the state could save money for money to free?

Weidel denied Climate Change Problem

Left Candidate Wissler Strives to show its own profile and at the same time scatter the impression, a potential government participation of your party will already fail at the attitude of the left to foreign policy issues. "We keep the NATO completely overcome," she emphasizes. But she adds: "That a federal government - even if you have an opinion - can not dissolve NATO on a blow, is a tray."

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in the debate about the fight against climate change is afd top candidate Alice Weithel by a denial the problem. "We say as AfD that climate change - ie heat and cold periods - has always been given."

Scholz is self-confident

The fast, short format and the variety of topics makes it difficult to really focus on the topics walk. "Moment times, let's not say anything else?" Christian Lindner intervenes, when the moderation is broken off the debate on the subject of living. No, it says then it could not say everyone in the program and everyone on the subject.

There is still a few findings. CSU boss Markus Söder can sit 90 minutes next to Union Chancellor's Armin Lashet without falling into his back. Söder and Laschet try both to reduce their own meat consumption.

Olaf Scholz answers the question of possible coalitions a few days before the election by the way with great self-confidence. "Maybe it's about two," he says. His eyes applies Annalena Baerbock.

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BERLIN (AP) — Hakan Demir smiled broadly as he stood in front of Germany’s majestic parliament building Tuesday, his first official day of work as a national lawmaker. “My grandfather would have been mighty proud of me, and my parents are proud as well,” Demir, 36, said, taking a moment to remember his family’s roots in Turkey, from where his grandfather came in the early 1970s as an untrained “guest worker” to help build roads and houses in Germany.

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