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German elections 2021: Armin Laschet tries to regain public trust

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German elections 2021: Armin Laschet tries to regain public trust

German elections 2021: Armin Laschet tries to regain public trust


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Armin Laschet Armin Laschet Minister-President of North Rhine-Westphalia and Leader of the Christian Democratic Union

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The conservative leader has taken personal responsibility for the party's worst ever electoral result (24,1%) in modern German history.

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 02:48Published
German election: Chancellor candidate Laschet commits blunder at the ballot box [Video]

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The Federal Election Commission said on Twitter that the vote "is valid".

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German election 2021: Who is Christian Social Union leader Markus Söder? [Video]

German election 2021: Who is Christian Social Union leader Markus Söder?

Söder was a strong contender to replace Merkel to become the conservative CDU/CSU bloc's candidate, but he eventually bowed out to Armin Laschet

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German election: Laschet goes on the attack against frontrunner Scholz [Video]

German election: Laschet goes on the attack against frontrunner Scholz

Merkel's CDU-CSU bloc has been languishing in the polls, currently projected to secure around 21% of the vote— a historically low level.

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 01:55Published

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Christian Democratic Union of Germany Christian Democratic Union of Germany Centre-right political party in Germany

SPD or CDU? Brussels waits to see who will govern Germany [Video]

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Credit: FRANCE 24 English    Duration: 03:59Published
Celebrations at SPD headquarters after exit poll in German election [Video]

Celebrations at SPD headquarters after exit poll in German election

CNN’s Salma Abdelaziz reports from the SPD headquarters after a Forschungsgruppe Wahlen exit poll shown on CNN affiliate n-tv suggests the SPD has narrowly come out on top in the German elections, at 26%. Second is the CDU at 24%, followed by the Greens at 14.5%, the FDP at 12% and the AfD at 10%.

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 03:30Published