Elections in Germany – Lasset: No one has the mandate to rule

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Based on the result of elections in Germany “No one has the mandate to rule,” the Christian Union (CDU / CSU) candidate said today. Armin Lassett, arguing that neither of the first two parties secured the required clear majority.

Neither the SPD, “nor we”, he added, according to the APE BPE. The Christian Union, Mr. Lassett continued, is ready to start “equal to equal” discussions on formation of a governing coalition with the Greens and the Liberals (FDP).

“The voters who voted for the CDU or the SPD want us to take over responsibility and to govern “, he stressed.

THE Olaf Solts, again, reiterated earlier today that he has a mandate to lead the next government himself after the party’s marginal victory in yesterday ‘s elections: “Voters spoke very clearly. “They said who should form the next government.”

“Three parties supported him Social Democrats, τους Greens and FDP “Consequently, the people of this country have given a clear mandate – these three must form the next government,” he said.

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