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German election: According to exit polls, Angela Merkel’s grip is weak

Munich: The Social Democrats have gained a slight lead in the election for the successor to German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

According to a foreign news agency, Social Democrat Secretary General Lars Killing Bell has claimed that his party has been given a mandate to govern. “The SPD has a mandate to govern and we want Olaf Schulz will become Chancellor. ‘

According to him, SPD is ahead in the exit polls.

According to German election exit polls, the ruling Christian Democratic Union and its like-minded Christian Social Union in Bavaria received 24.7 percent of the vote, while the Social Democratic Party won 24.9 percent.

According to these preliminary exit polls, the Green Party has 14.8% of the electorate, while the Alternative for Germany (AFD) and the Free Democratic Party (FDP) have 11.3% and 11.2%, respectively.

The D-Link party has managed to get at least five percent of the vote needed to reach parliament. According to these preliminary results, the other smaller parties got about 8% of the vote.

Angela Merkel is stepping down after 16 years in power, with Social Democrat candidate and moderate Finance Minister Olaf Schulz and Merkel’s Conservative Christian Democrat candidate Armin Lashit facing off in the race to succeed Angela Merkel. ۔

Angela Merkel, who has ruled Germany for more than a decade and a half, has been called Germany’s “eternal chancellor.”

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