Crisis in the German liberals, partners to the right of the Scholz government

German Vice-Chancellor, Finance Minister and Leader of the Liberals Christian Lindner plucks a flower and says: “It is better not to drive than to drive badly, or better to drive than not to drive, better not to drive than to drive badly.” An economic newspaper was published with this cartoon a few days ago Handelsblatt He alluded to Lindner’s famous phrase when he decided to shuffle the deck in negotiations between Angela Merkel’s conservatives, environmentalists and liberals after the 2017 election. “Better not to govern than to govern badly,” the Liberal leader later told him. to explain himself.

After the 2021 elections, the decision of Lindner and his party, the FDP, was to govern with the Greens and the Social Democratic Party (SPD), under Chancellor Olaf Scholz. However, the federal government, which is currently mired in a budget crisis, is in a low hour. According to polls collected by the portal Statista, the vast majority are not satisfied with the work of the Scholz coalition: 36% say they are “dissatisfied” and 40% “not at all satisfied”. Only 2% of the population are “very satisfied” and 20% say they are “satisfied”.

Source: El Diario





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