Without clear winner in the legislative elections held this Sunday in Germany, according to the polls on foot of urn disseminated by the local media at the end of the electoral schools. The differences between the Social Democratic Party (SPD) and the Conservative Block formed by the Christianodemocratic Union and the Bavarian Social-Christian Union (CSU) are so minimal that only the count of votes will allow knowing the winning party.
The projections of the German media give SPD 25% and the CDU-CSU, in the same way, 25%.
The Greens would obtain 15 %% of the scrutiny, the Liberals of the FDP 11% and Die Linke (the left) 5%.
The alternative populist for Germany would maintain its positions regarding the elections four years ago, with 11%.
The absence of a clear winner was an announced chronicle. After six weeks leading the polls, the SPD saw decrease its advantage in the final stretch. The latest surveys granted SPD 26% of supports and CDU-CSU 25%. The difference was only one point, below even the error margin that is introduced into the surveys.
The reliability of the ball-on-football polls is traditionally very successful, so it is not to foresee great variations. To that is added that both the CDU-CSU and the SPD have announced that it is not necessarily the most voted match who tries first of majorities, so, in the absence of a clear winner, the negotiations that now open will be especially Complexes and on all fronts.
The German Magna Carte does not pay deadlines to those negotiations, which could dilate months. There is still a date for the beginning of the new legislature. The board of the older deputies of the Bundestag has set on October 26 for the constitution of the legislature. On October 26, it is the deadline for the first session of elected deputies, then, according to the Constitution, the new Parliament must be constituted within 30 days of elections.Date Of Update: 26 September 2021, 12:39