Three ruling and opposition prime minister candidates hold election rallies in various parts of the country before the Bundestag election to replace Merkel, who has led Germany for 16 years and has a strong presence as a European leader, will be held on the 26th. I opened it and appealed for support.
The German parliamentary elections will be voted on the 26th and will be counted the same day.
Each party is fighting for an election campaign with a candidate for prime minister, and the final appeal was filed on the 24th.
Among them, Mr. Rachette of the Christian Democratic Union of Germany, the center-right ruling party to which Chancellor Merkel belongs, held a rally in southern Munich and said, "We will create employment in a booming economy and bring opportunities to all families," and economic growth I emphasized the attitude of emphasizing.
At the rally, Chancellor Angela Merkel also rushed to cheer and called for "Mr. Rachette must become prime minister for the stability of Germany."
Meanwhile, center-left Social Democratic Party Schortz, who plays a part in the coalition government, said in western Cologne that he would "raise the minimum wage and benefit 10 million people," and appealed for support to reduce the disparity.
In addition, Mr. Bearbock, an opposition party advocating environmental protection, said in western Düsseldorf that he would immediately implement climate change measures, saying, "Now we need a government that is fully committed to environmental issues."
According to the latest poll, the Social Democratic Party is the leader with 25% approval rating, followed by the Christian Democratic Union with 22% and the Greens with 17%.
Neither party alone can win a majority of seats and is expected to aim for a coalition government.
This election has attracted a great deal of attention from the international community as it will replace German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has led Germany for 16 years and has a strong presence as a European leader.