Sunday, September 22, 2013

Germany elected Bundestag. The first exit poll: four parties enter, the Free Democrats, are not included.

Germany elected Bundestag.
The first exit poll: four parties enter, the Free Democrats, are not included.



In Germany, the closure of the polling stations and began counting the votes cast by citizens of the Federal Republic in the Bundestag elections.
After the survey of exit polls in the Bundestag comprises four parties: the CDU / CSU, gaining 42.5%, SPD - 26.5%, the left - 8.5% Green - 8%.
Free Democratic Party, the current ruling coalition partner, is not in this list.
Whether Merkel will form a grand coalition with the SPD rival her Steinbrück or will happen otherwise know.
Experts do not exclude the possibility that the Christian and Social Democrats to form a coalition with the SPD, but this is only one of the possible options.
The new parliament, which will consist of at least 598 lawmakers will convene for its first meeting no later than October 22.
Until then in power in Germany will be the current ruling coalition.

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