The climate is the end of the empire: Yesterday, in the two-term Lauder Party’s vote, as expected, it punishes the conservatives of the Christian Democratic League, but this is something that has never happened in more than half a century.
After Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic League (CDU) faced the electoral helm, they played in the German states of Baden-Württemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate ( Rhineland-Palatinate) working hard for the government coalition. These regions plan to focus on the federal elections to be held at the end of September, the first Angela Merkel Twenty years, the climate is the end of the empire: yesterday’s two Lauder election votes, as expected, punished the conservatives of the Christian Democratic League, but this has not happened in more than half a century. Corruption scandals involving conservatives may have had an impact in recent weeks. Many analysts believe that Kanzanlin is on the road to elimination, and the CDU without his leadership lacks persuasiveness.
Yesterday’s result was regarded as the first message from voters to Armin Laschet’s election of the new chairman of the CDU. The tradition hopes to be a candidate for the next Prime Minister’s Office, but this is not mandatory. We Will see. Laschet is very close to Merkel and is the president of North Rhine-Westphalia, but judging from the first outing to vote, he must establish a stronger image. Many in the Conservative Party believe that his Bavarian colleague from the sister party of the CDU, CDU MP Markus Soeder (Markus Soeder) is more suitable to serve as Chancellor. The first regional verification strongly raised this question.
Baden-Wurttemberg: Green Party (center left, environmentalists): 32.6 CDU (conservative): 24.1 SPD (center left): 11 FDP (liberal): 10.5 Die Linke (extreme left): 3.6 AfD (far right) : 9.7
Rhineland-Palatinate: SPD (middle left): 35.7 CDU (conservatives): 27.7 Green (middle left, environmentalists): 9.3 FDP (liberals): 5.5 Independents: 5.4 AfD (far right): 8.3
The prime ministers of the region are satisfied by Green Winfried Kreichmann of Baden-Württemberg and Maru Dreyer, a social democrat from Rhineland-Palatinate. Since both games were easy, the result was obvious that the CDU second party was eight points behind.
In these two Laenders, the issue of the alliance that will form the new government is very important. Now Kreichman, led by the CDU, can choose SPD or liberals as allies. Since 2016, Dreyer has led a so-called “traffic light” alliance in Rhineland-Palatinate with Green and the Liberal Party, which is most likely to be confirmed. In short, the CDU runs the risk of completely excluding control of the first two states within a few months of federal voting. This is a warning to the Berlin government’s largest campaign. However, yesterday’s results are also possible and most importantly attributable to the popularity of the two outgoing governors, especially Dreyer, who has delayed the breathless Social Democratic Party at the national level and at the regional level. . Rhineland-Palatinate, Hamburg and Bremen are the last strongholds of the Social Democratic Party.
Of course, the Green Party won, and won, not only proved that it is the first party in Baden-Württemberg, but Rhineland-Palatinate has clearly risen. The Social Democrats pointed out that these two states and environmentalists are more cautious in stating that it is possible that “majority has no conservatives”. The extreme right is declining, but there is still an important political presence in these two states.