Walter Monized "concession decision" - and contradicts Ducksch
after the heated northern derby between Werder Bremen and HSV-Coach Tim Walter also saw HSV-Coach Tim Walter discussion requirements regarding the referee decisions. © imago images / noah wedel felt by a "concession decision" brought out of the kick: HSV-Coach Tim Walter. HSV-Coach expresses itself to the referee performance really satisfied at the end of both sides were not with the decisions of referee Sascha Stegemann.
»Every voice counts - her voice counts": Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier appealed to the citizens to participate in the Bundestag election. Democracy live from the mixing and participation. © Christian Marquardt / Pool / EPA
Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has called all eligible citizens to vote at the Bundestag election this Sunday. "Every voice counts - your voice counts. Therefore, I ask you: Today to choose from! "Steinmeier wrote in a guest contribution for the picture on Sunday. Democracy live from the mixing and participation. "He who participates is belonging. Who does not choose, let others decide for themselves, "says Steinmeier. The electoral Sunday is an important day for Germany and a feast for all his citizens. Germany is a political transition, but the challenges remained, so the head of state.
Not much happened at the “Justice for J6” rally. But the far right’s focus is elsewhere.
Far-right groups are pushing Trump-style election lies at the local level.According to Jared Holt, who researches domestic extremism for the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab, right-wing extremists like those who stormed the Capitol building were “scared shitless” of creating another event like January 6 on Saturday — to the point that several conservative leaders, including Trump, warned their followers to stay away from the rally, claiming it was a trap.
This Sunday, the polling stations are open from 8 o'clock in the morning. Nearly 60.4 million citizens are called until 6 pm first and second vocal vote and thus decide on the composition of the new Bundestag.
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The Union and its Chancellor's Candidate Armin Laschet stood prior to choice under immense pressure. Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel does not occur after 16 years of age. The election outlet is considered to be open in view of numerous undecided voters. But as likely, however, that Germany will be ruled by a threesome alliance in the future. Currently, the surveys are possible different threesome alliances, in addition to a traffic light coalition from SPD, Greens and FDP also an alliance of SPD, green and left and a CDU-guided coalition with Greens and FDP.
In the opinion polls for the general election, the Union was recently slightly behind the SPD with Chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz. However, opinion polls are only snapshots of the political mood situation and do not say anything about the election result. This applies with this choice because of the high number of undecided voters all the more.
from the Bundestag election in 2017, CDU and CSU emerged with 32.9 percent as the strongest strength. The SPD came to 20.5 percent, the AFD was with 12.6 percent most widely strongest power. Behind this followed FDP (10.7 percent), left (9.2) and green with 8.9 percent.
Merkel: "Democracy is not just there" .
In her speech at ceremony to the unity day, the Chancellor warned urgently in front of the dangers for the democratic order. All citizens would have to fight against hatred, revering and radicalization. © Hendrik Schmidt / DPA / Picture Alliance Chancellor Angela Merkel and the host of celebrations in Halle, Saxony-Anheld Prime Minister Reiner Haseloff Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel called for the democracy 31 years after the German Association for the Democracy. "Democracy is not just there.