Germany: All important questions and answers at a glance

All info about elections, parties and the current government

Who is currently governing in Germany?

In Germany, a coalition of Bündnis 90/Die Grünen (Environment & Climate), FDP (Liberal politics) and SPD (Centre-left) currently governs under the leadership of Olaf Scholz. The head of state is Dr. Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

What are the governing parties in Germany?

In Germany, the parties from Bündnis 90/Die Grünen (Environment & Climate), FDP (Liberal politics) and SPD (Centre-left) currently make up the government.

What are the main parties in Germany?

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen (Environment & Climate), FDP (Liberal politics) and SPD (Centre-left) currently provide the government. The opposition are formed by CDU/CSU (Centre-right), AfD (Right-wing), Die Linke (Left-wing) and Südschleswigscher Wählerverband (Regional interests). Find more info on all parties HERE.

How often is elected in Germany?

The parliament is elected every 4 year. The next election in Germany is held in 2025.

When is the next election in Germany?

The next election of the parliament in Germany is regularly scheduled to take place in 2025.

When was the last election in Germany?

The last parliamentary election in Germany took place on 26.09.2021. All results for the election are available HERE.

Wer würde in Germany gewinnen, wenn diesen Sonntag Wahl wäre?

In Germany, current polling indicates CDU/CSU (Centre-right) with 26.7% would win the election over CDU/CSU (Centre-right) with 26.7%. Complete Polling data with coalition possibilities.

What is the name of the parliament in Germany?

The parliament in Germany is called "Bundestag".

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