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\n October, 2021<\/span>\n <\/div>\n
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Germany\u00b4s government formation: coalition talks of the Traffic Light Alliance<\/a><\/h3>\n

Hardly any federal election in recent history has been as exciting as the 2021 election. In the run-up to the elections on 26 September 2021, the polls were forecasting either the CDU\/CSU or the Greens as potential winners, but both had to give way to the Olaf Scholz-led SPD in the end. The CDU achieved by far its worst result, while the SPD improved on its performance. The Greens were also on an upward trend, finishing the race for the chancellorship as the third strongest party. While there was also a significant improvement for the FDP with 8.7%, the Left could only take 5.0%, just enough to enter the 20th German Bundestag.<\/p>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n

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