Social Democratic Party wins German elections

Berlin-ALsharqiya September 27: The Social Democratic Party won the parliamentary elections in Germany by obtaining 25.7% of the vote, narrowly ahead of the conservatives, according to preliminary official results announced by the Federal Electoral Commission. The conservative camp received 24.1 percent of the vote, the worst result in its history, while the Green Party came third with 14.8 percent, followed by the Free Democratic Party with 11.5 percent. The Social Democratic candidate Olaf Scholz said earlier that the citizens want a change and that the SPD candidate be the next chancellor to succeed Angela Merkel.


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