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In Germany, the Social Democrat Olaf Scholz was declared the winner of the German parliamentary elections. He will now have to negotiate with the conservative Armin Laschet to form an alliance with the parties.

According to the provisional official results announced on Monday by the electoral commission, the center-left of the SPD and their leader Olaf Scholz won 25.7% of the vote, slightly ahead of the conservative CDU-CSU union of Armin Laschet, which has a historically low score of 24.1%. The Conservatives had never fallen below the 30% threshold. This is a stinging setback for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s camp as she is due to retire from politics.

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