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Election analysis by Anne Will: coalition question turns into a mood killer - "ice age" between the SPD and the Greens

2021-09-29T01:07:30.587Z

While the SPD and the Union tremble before the projections, "Anne Will" is followed by an analysis of the federal election. There is no agreement among the guests of the parties.



While the SPD and the Union tremble before the projections, "Anne Will" is followed by an analysis of the federal election.

There is no agreement among the guests of the parties.

Update, 10:23 p.m .:

"Does Angela Merkel have to give another New Year's

address

- or do we have a government by then?" Asks Anne Will in the end. Haseloff does not rule out an agreement up to this point - but remains vague. “It's not like we're all strangers to each other,” says the CDU Prime Minister. His party offers "constancy". "But now I'm frustrated - that's how we started the show!", The ARD presenter switched on again. However, even after further discussions, she no longer received a clearer answer from the talk show guests.

Update, 10:15 p.m.: The

fact that FDP * Secretary General Wissing intervenes again does not relax the mood.

"It's not like that you have to raise taxes for everything that costs money," he says in the direction of the Greens.

“Do we hear something about possible allies - or do we mainly hear a lot of differences?” Anne Will finally joins the discussions again.

Election analysis at “Anne Will”: coalition question turns mood killer - “ice age” between the SPD and the Greens

Update, 10:05 p.m.:

Is a grand coalition conceivable again?

Cem Özdemir comments.

"It sounds a bit like you've spent the last few years somewhere else," the Green politician shoots against Lars Klingbeil's previous statements.

Has the calm, pleasant discussion slowly come to an end?

“Ms. Merkel has led the Union into the middle.

Will it stay that way? ”, Özdemir now turns to Haseloff - and also brings the name Maaßen into play.

The change in mood has not gone unnoticed on Twitter either.

“Just the ice age between Klingbeil and Özdemir,” is one of the posts.

Especially ice age between Klingbeil and Özdemir.

Very good.

#AnneWill

- Benedikt Brechtken (@ben_brechtken) September 26, 2021

Update, 10:01 p.m.:

Have the Union, SPD and Greens put up “three precarious candidates”? Anne Will throws this question provocatively into the room. The journalist Kristina Dunz partially agrees. The new projections * are then considered. The lead of the SPD has increased slightly: The party is 25.8 percent, the Union 24.2. The Greens are at 14.3, the FDP at 11.5.

Update, 10 p.m .:

“You can't say that the last four years have been so disadvantageous for the SPD,” Haseloff turned to Klingbeil. Is the grand coalition an option again? “In this election, the candidates for chancellor tend to be preoccupied with themselves - how is a stable coalition supposed to come about?” Asks Anne Will. Klingbeil immediately contradicts: The SPD has come a long way. “Governing has to be different now - those who have projects govern now. The task is huge, ”said the SPD General Secretary. How strong Laschet is, “will be seen in the next few days”.

Update, 9:50 p.m.:

The FDP must also "bring in its own issues with self-confidence," Wissing said on the subject of the coalition.

Obviously nobody wants to commit themselves in this round - but the discussions seem calm and considered.

Pleasant, constructive tone between the Union, SPD, Greens and FDP at #AnneWill.

If it holds, a lot would be gained.

#Bundestag election

- gabor halasz (@ gaborhalasz1) September 26, 2021

ARD election analysis at "Anne Will" NOW live: Which coalitions are conceivable?

Update, 9.45 p.m .:

“I have neither a connection with the Union nor a connection with the SPD,” says the FDP General Secretary Volker Wissing when Anne Will alludes to possible alliances. “I have a preference for certain content,” says Wissing. Cem Özdemir is also asked a similar question. The fact that the Greens * are “closer” to the SPD is “no secret,” he says. “But we also have a clear mandate for climate protection,” he adds. And further: "Keyword coal, keyword combustion engine, keyword climate protection". Özdemir continues pragmatically - one should “talk to everyone” and “see who has recognized the signs of the times”.

Update, 9:40 p.m.:

It continues with SPD General Secretary Lars Klingbeil. Anne Will asks why the SPD is only just ahead of the Union in the projections, despite good survey values ​​in advance. Klingbeil has to pass - in the end, he could not say why citizens would change their minds. “As a self-critical general secretary, you should have two or three ideas,” Anne Will quips.

Update from September 26th, 9:30 pm:

"Anne Will" begins - and the moderator starts with a provocative question: "Is Germany about to start over?" .

"Thematically, we will not really see a change," she says.

First she sees "two men fighting for power".

Reiner Haseloff (CDU), Prime Minister in Saxony-Anhalt, next expresses concern about the AfD, which particularly shone in the east with the projections.

“It's a challenge with a historical dimension,” he says.

ARD election analysis for "Anne Will": Chancellor Scholz?

CDU debacle and Greens crash the topic

Berlin - The “Anne Will” broadcast after the federal election on September 26th will be followed by an exciting analysis this Sunday evening at 9:30 p.m.

While the Union and the SPD in particular are still trembling before the new projections *, the moderator speaks with her guests about the previous conclusion on the election crime thriller *.

Who won and who lost in this election - and which coalition can and wants to rule in Germany in the future?

This, but of course also about the chancellor question and the close neck-and-neck race between Armin Laschet and Olaf Scholz, will be discussed in the ARD program.

Bundestag election: Discussion at “Anne Will” - Who are the big winners and losers?

It is questionable whether the projections will show a clearer election result before the start of the “Anne Will” broadcast - which should lead to some speculation about the new, possible government.

Special guests will discuss the winners and losers of the day.

It will also be interesting to see how the preliminary cut of the Greens * in the election of the Greens Bundestag member Cem Özdemir is assessed.

The @AnneWillTalk after # btw21 at 9:30 p.m. in the first with @ReinerHaseloff (@CDU), @LarsKlingbeil (@SPDde), Volker @Wissing (@FDP), @Cem_Oezdemir (@Die_Gruenen) and @WaltrautDunz (@RND_de) : https://t.co/zZTAJspnPa

- Das Erste (@DasErste) September 26, 2021

"Anne Will" - These guests discussed in the Bundestag election broadcast with:

  • Reiner Haseloff

    (CDU) - Prime Minister in Saxony-Anhalt

  • Lars Klingbeil

    (SPD) - General Secretary

  • Volker Wissing

    (FDP) - General Secretary

  • Cem Özdemir

    (Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen) - Member of the Bundestag

  • Kristina Dunz

    - Deputy Head of the Capital City Office of the Editorial Network Germany

You can find out here from the beginning of the broadcast at 9:30 p.m. whether the talks already show sympathy for possible coalitions and dislikes on the part of the parties.

In addition, WDR program director Jörg Schönenborn will present the latest projections on the show.

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