Angela Merkel sees Germany split over pace of social change
Germany has been in political limbo since elections in September, which saw heavy losses for the centrist `grand coalition' that's run the country since 2013.
By: AP | Berlin | Published: December 31, 2017 8:03 am
German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a plenary session of German parliament Bundestag in Berlin. (Source: AP /File)
Germans have rarely been so divided about the changes taking place in their society, the country’s long-time leader Angela Merkel said Sunday, adding in her New Year’s address that she is committed to helping tackle the challenges of the future by swiftly forming a new government.
Germany has been in political limbo since elections in September, which saw heavy losses for the centrist `grand coalition’ that’s run the country since 2013. Merkel’s attempt to forge a new government with two smaller parties failed, forcing her to reach out to her erstwhile partners, the Social Democrats, again.
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