Germany’s federal election on 26 September is more unpredictable than ever

This latest briefing, prepared by Dods Monitoring's Rica Hülseberg, Fabio Sälzler and Maike Haas, examines the prospects of the candidates to be chancellor and how their respective parties might team up. It also explores what the elections could mean for Germany’s relationship with the European Union and its role on the world stage

By Dods Monitoring

22 Sep 2021

With Angela Merkel not seeking another term, there are three main contesters for the Chancellor’s office. Polls suggest voters are extremely divided about which parties should govern Germany. For the first time, a coalition of three may be needed to form a majority government.

This latest briefing, prepared by Dods Monitoring, examines the prospects of the candidates to be chancellor and how their respective parties might team up. It also explores what the elections could mean for Germany’s relationship with the European Union and its role on the world stage.

If you are interested in reading the full briefing, please click here to download the guide 

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