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Five Things for a Sunny Election Day in Germany

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Five Things for a Sunny Election Day in Germany
By Nico Lumma • Issue #567 • View online
Today the electoral campaign in Germany will come to a close. And I assume it will be a nail biter with a couple of coalition options as the result. We’ll see how much change and how much stability the Germans really want. The weather is supposed to be great, so hopefully lots of people go out and vote. Our oldest daughter will be voting for the first time and I’m really happy to start the Sunday ritual together with her. It’s the high time of a democratic system and I love it. I also love electoral campaigns, but I do admit that I’m glad it’s over now. I’m voting for SPD and Olaf Scholz, which is probably no surprise for anyone who knows me or reads what I write. :)

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