Olaf Scholz set to succeed Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel

Germany is entering a new era of leadership after 16 years under the helm of center-right Chancellor Angela Merkel. The country will soon be run by a center-left government led by Olaf Scholz, a social democrat. Scholz will head a three-party coalition joining forces with the progressive Greens and pro-business Free Democrats. CBS News reporter Anna Noryskiewicz joins CBSN to discuss the latest out of Germany.

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Narrow win for Olaf Scholz’s Social Democrats in Germany

The Social Democrats have secured the largest share of the vote in Germany’s elections.

Olaf Scholz is now looking to form a coalition with the Greens and the Liberal Free Democrats before Christmas.

Preliminary results gave his party a narrow election win.

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Olaf Scholz appeals to Greens and FDP to form German coalition

SPD leader Olaf Scholz has urged the Greens and the Free Democratic Party to join him in government ‘as soon as possible’.

He said he wanted to form a ‘social, ecological, liberal coalition which is founded in German history.’

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Germany’s Olaf Scholz cheered at party headquarters

The Social Democrats’ candidate for chancellor Olaf Scholz said he aims to build a coalition with the Greens and the Free Democrats. He also said Germans had voted to send Angela Merkel’s conservatives into opposition after 16 years in power.

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SDP leader Olaf Scholz says people in Germany voted for ‘change’

SDP leader Olaf Scholz said many people in Germany voted for his party because they ‘wanted a change in government’.

He was speaking to supporters at his party’s HQ in Berlin after the polls had closed.

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Olaf Scholz and Armin Laschet both claim mandate to form a new government in post-election speeches

The first projected results are in for Germany’s 2021 federal election, with the the center-left Social Democrats (SPD) on 25.5%, narrowly ahead of the center-right Christian Democrats and their Bavarian sister party (CDU/CSU) on 24.5%. Both parties have said they want to form the next government. The environmentalist Greens are on course to record their best ever result, headed for around 14% of the vote. The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) and the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP) were hovering around the 11% mark. The socialist Left party is on 5%.

In such a tight race, coalition possibilities remain unclear. According to these projections, one option is a continuation of the "grand coalition" of the conservative CDU/CSU bloc and the SPD that has governed Germany since 2013. However, with the two biggest parties both vowing to build the next government, Germany could be headed for a three-way coalition for the first time at federal level. Options include a coalition between the CDU/CSU, the Greens and the FDP. Alternatively, the SPD could also seek to partner up with the Greens and the FDP. The election of Germany’s new chancellor by the Bundestag won’t take place until a governing coalition has been formed. This could take months. In the meantime, Angela Merkel will remain in office in a caretaker role.

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08:10 Annalena Baerbock speech
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Germany’s first election projections see Olaf Scholz and Armin Laschet go neck-and-neck | DW News

The conservative CDU/CSU bloc is tied with the center-left Social Democrats on 25% of the vote, according to initial exit polls. In such a tight race, the possibilities for a coalition are still unclear.
The environmentalist Greens were in third position on 15%. The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) and the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP) were both on 11%, with the socialist Left party on 5%. The projections suggest the center-left parties were the biggest winners of the election. The SPD gained 4.5% compared to their result in the last federal election in 2017, while the Greens were up over 6%. The conservative bloc suffered heavy losses as the Angela Merkel era comes to an end. They were down by almost 8% on the previous election.

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Saldo blanco en Baja California Sur tras el impacto de Olaf – Paralelo 23

Baja California registra algunos daños, como árboles caídos, tras el paso del huracán Olaf, que ya se degradó a tormenta tropical; no hay víctimas

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Olaf se degrada a tormenta tropical – Por las Mañanas

‘Olaf’ que tocó tierra como huracán categoría 2 muy cerca de San José del Cabo, en Baja California Sur se degradó este viernes a tormenta tropical

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Huracán ‘Olaf’ seguirá afectando a Baja California Sur – Las Noticias con Carlos Hurtado

El huracán ‘Olaf’ mantendrá condiciones para lluvias fuertes, rachas de viento de 100 a 120 km/h y oleaje de 5 a 7 metros de altura en Baja California Sur. #ClimaDeHoy #PronósticoDelTiempo

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