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Germany will remain in a situation of political uncertainty till the end of this year, head of the Heinrich Boell Foundation Office in Ukraine Kyrylo Savin told ForUm correspondent in exclusive comments.
According to him, the results of recent elections in Germany were quite unexpected. "Nobody expected that the ruling party led by Angela Merkel would have a great success. They actually needed only five seats for an absolute majority. The surprise was the fact that the traditional partner of the Christian Democrats - Free Democrats - will not be present in the Bundestag. Thus, Merkel, spite of her phenomenal results, is in a difficult situation. In fact, four fractions will be present in the parliament, three of them are left, and it is ideologically hard to create the coalition with them," the expert said.
He stressed that the negotiations to form a coalition will be difficult and time-consuming. They will not be completed in a month. "In fact, until the end of the year, Germany will remain in a situation of political uncertainty. Although, Merkel is most likely to remain chancellor of Germany," he said.