Before Angela Merkel faces many challenges

The German Chancellor does not intend to create a minority government.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to form a new Cabinet before Christmas, despite coming hard talks on forming a coalition after the elections to the Bundestag.

In response to a question of journalists, how Merkel can be sure that before Christmas the inhabitants of Germany will present the new government, she said, “In most cases, I’m always sure. In addition, for many years my motto is the phrase “calm is power.”

While Angela Merkel rejected the possibility of forming a minority government in Germany.

“I do not see this possibility. I see the problem that we have come together to create a stable government in Germany,” she said, and added that a stable government has always been a distinctive feature of the German

The country has always stood “a hell of a lot of future challenges that must be solved”, added the Chancellor .

Despite the fact that the social Democrats (SPD) has said the failure of the Alliance with Christian Democrats, preferring to lead the opposition, Merkel appealed to their leader Martin Schulz, urging them to make efforts to form a stable government.

If the SPD go into opposition, in fact the only possible version of the new ruling coalition is the Union of the CDU/CSU, FDP and green.

Previously, all parliamentary parties have ruled out the possibility of cooperating with right populist ADH, which has gained more than 13% and first took place in the Bundestag.

As reported Корреспондент.netaccording to preliminary data, the party of Angela Merkel won the elections to the Bundestag, gaining 32.5 percent. Second place behind the social Democrats – 20%, third place for right populist party Alternative for Germany is 13.5%.

Source: Russian service of Deutsche Welle

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