On German election 2021 with Henrik Meyer & Kristian Brakel: “The Greens and the Liberals will make it into government, but it’s unclear about the SPD and CDU”

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Germany’s leading political parties held competing rounds of exploratory coalition talks on Sunday, aimed at winning over potential partners to form the government that will take the reins from Chancellor Angela Merkel after 16 years in power. Both the Social Democrats (SPD), who won the largest share of votes and Merkel’s Christian Democrats, who came second, are trying to woo the third- and fourth-placed parties: the Greens, and the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP). Henrik Meyer, head of Turkey office at the SPD affiliated Friedrich Ebert Foundation and Kristian Brakel, head of Turkey office at Green Party affiliated Heinrich Böll Foundation explain what lies ahead before a government forms, what are the main issues that has to be resolved in order to do so and how could a new government affect Ankara.

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