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German Green Party renews state coalition with Christian Democrats in Baden-Württemberg


German Green Party renews state coalition with Christian Democrats in Baden-Württemberg
Last Thursday, the state executive of the Green Party in Baden-Württemberg decided to continue its coalition with the Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
Winfried Kretschmann has been the Green Party premier in the southwestern state for 10 years. On March 14, the Greens emerged as the strongest party in the state elections, while the CDU lost almost 300,000 votes and suffered its historically worst result in its former stronghold state.
Winfried Kretschmann [Credit: Boris Pasek/CC BY-SA 4.0]
The CDU’s election defeat was the result of the right-wing policies of the so-called “Green-Black” coalition in Stuttgart. These included social cuts, increased state police powers and a “herd immunity” approach to the pandemic.

German state elections show growing dissatisfaction with the ruling elite's "profits before lives" pandemic response


German state elections show growing dissatisfaction with the ruling elite’s “profits before lives” pandemic response
The elections in the German states of Baden-Württemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate last Sunday revealed the growing dissatisfaction with the ruling elite’s “profits before lives” pandemic response, and the social spending cuts imposed by the federal Christian Democrat (CDU)/Social Democratic Party (SPD) grand coalition and state governments. The CDU, the party of Chancellor Angela Merkel, achieved its worst results in postwar history in both elections. The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD), which has been built up by the ruling class in order to impose its right-wing agenda, lost close to half of its support.

Defeat in regional elections tarnishing German chancellor Merkel exit from active politics

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A collapse in support for Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats in two regional elections on Sunday signaled that a widening corruption scandal and missteps during the pandemic may threaten the party’s hold on power in a national election this September.

Germany's Greens look to be kingmakers in a post-Merkel era

On the rise in Germany, a 16-year run in opposition could change.

Merkel's party faces tough election-year test in state polls


BERLIN (AP) — Two German states choose new legislatures on Sunday, the first major political test of a year in which a national election will determine who succeeds Chancellor Angela Merkel. The weekend votes come at a challenging time for the longtime leader’s party.
They also are expected to highlight the increased popularity of the environmentalist Green party, which could hold the key to forming Germany’s next government and is expected to make its own first bid for the chancellery.
Amid discontent over a sluggish start to Germany’s vaccination drive, and as a long lockdown only gradually loosens, Merkel’s center-right Union bloc faces blowback over allegations that two lawmakers profited from deals to procure masks early in the coronavirus pandemic.

Merkel's party faces tough election-year test in state polls

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Merkel's party faces tough election-year test in state polls
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Election posters show Winfried Kretschmann from the Greens and the party's top candidate for the Baden-Wurttemberg federal state elections in Mannheim, Germany, Wednesday, March 10, 2021. The elections will take place next Sunday. Letters on left poster read "edges stabilize", letters on right poster read "you know me". (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
BERLIN – Two German states choose new legislatures on Sunday, the first major political test of a year in which a national election will determine who succeeds Chancellor Angela Merkel. The weekend votes come at a challenging time for the longtime leader's party.

Merkel's Party Faces Tough Election-Year Test in State Polls

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BERLIN (AP) -- Two German states choose new legislatures on Sunday, the first major political test of a year in which a national election will determine who succeeds Chancellor Angela Merkel. The weekend votes come at a challenging time for the longtime leader's party.

Angela Merkel crisis: Two MPs resign after 'personally profiting from face mask deals'


Tweeting the news on Monday morning, Euronews Political Editor Darren McCaffrey said: "Two of Angela Merkel’s MPs are resigning, following disclosures that they had personally profited from government deals to procure #coronavirus face masks
"All risks damaging CDU ahead of two important regional elections next Sunday in two western states, ahead of GE in September."
Nikolas Loebel, a member of Germany's lower house said on Sunday he would resign as member of Merkel's parliamentary group with immediate effect and no longer seek a new term in the lower house in federal elections scheduled for September.
Angela Merkel's MPs resigned over alleged face masks deals (Image: GETTY)

German lawmaker resigns over face mask scandal | News | DW

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Nikolas Löbel is bowing to pressure following revelations that his company earned hundreds of thousands of euros on deals to procure masks during the coronavirus pandemic.

German lawmaker to resign after his firm profited from masks

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BERLIN (AP) -- A lawmaker with German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party said Sunday he will give up his seat in parliament and leave politics after it

German MP to quit over face mask scandal | News | DW

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Nikolas Löbel is bowing to pressure following revelations that his company earned hundreds of thousands of euros on deals to procure masks during the coronavirus pandemic.

Politician from Merkel's Party Resigns over Profiting from Mask Contracts

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7 Mar 2021
BERLIN (AP) – A lawmaker with German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party said Sunday he will give up his seat in parliament and leave politics after it emerged that his company profited from deals to procure masks early in the pandemic — drawing sharp criticism in an election year.
Nikolas Loebel, a backbench lawmaker with Merkel’s centre-right Christian Democratic Union, was blasted by members of his own party and opponents after it emerged Friday that a company he runs earned commissions of 250,000 euros ($298,000) from brokering contracts to buy masks. Saying that he should have been “more sensitive,” Loebel admitted that he had made a mistake and gave up his seat on parliament’s foreign affairs committee.

German federal and state governments reject consistent lockdown measures


German federal and state governments reject consistent lockdown measures
On Tuesday, the heads of the German Länder (federal states) met again with Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss pandemic measures. On the same day, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) again reported almost 1,000 coronavirus deaths.
The new coronavirus variant, which is already ravaging Ireland, Portugal and Spain, in addition to Britain, is taking centre stage in Germany was well. Other mutations have been discovered in South Africa and Brazil. Yet the politicians at both the federal and state level continue to insist on keeping workplaces, schools and day care centres open and rejecting any serious restrictions on the economy.

COVID: German schools ′under-equipped and unprotected′ | Germany| News and in-depth reporting from Berlin and beyond | DW

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How do kids understand the coronavirus pandemic?
But there is confusion on the issue. In November and December, several state education ministers — representing Hamburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, and Schleswig-Holstein among others — insisted that there was no scientific evidence that schools had become infection hot-spots. But they were contradicted by new data based on an outbreak at a school in Hamburg, where some 40 infections were registered in September.
Meanwhile, when schools were open between the two lockdowns, teachers were left to find their own ways to cope with the pandemic: Though schools did provide some ordinary masks, most did not give teachers the finer-filtered FFP-2 masks that can provide better protection. Without them, teachers who shared a classroom with an infected student would often have to isolate for a week, putting a constant strain on time and resources.

The Great Coronavirus Experiment: Are German Schools Ready to Reopen?

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The Great Coronavirus Experiment
Are German Schools Ready to Reopen?
Schools in Germany are to begin reopening next week, despite the coronavirus pandemic. But many teachers say that too much time has been wasted and that there is still a lack of clear guidelines.
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Zarah Abendschön-Sawall together with her family: "We parents do all we can for homeschooling and then that!?"
Foto: Julian Rettig / DER SPIEGEL
By Jan Friedmann, Annette Großbongardt, Kristin Haug, Armin Himmelrath, Hilmar Schmundt, Alfred Weinzierl and Steffen Winter
The hallways are empty and squeaky clean and the chairs in the classrooms are on the desks. There’s nothing in Oskar Picht Gymnasium, a neo-gothic, brick secondary school in Pasewalk to remind you of the dispiriting past few months in German education. It is the last few days of the summer vacation in Pasewalk, a town in the northern German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, and a few teachers are sitting in various conference rooms, preparing the new school year. There’s no sign of the pandemic.

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