Angela Merkel

Olaf Scholz was Elected as Chancellor of Germany

German lawmakers elected Social Democrat Olaf Scholz as the new chancellor today, ending 16 years of conservative rule under Angela Merkel. Scholz, 63, won a clear majority, backed by 395 lawmakers in the lower house.

In the Bundestag, Olaf Scholz and his 16 ministers will be sworn in today and will take office as the first three-party coalition to rule the country.

New rule of the European Union - do not use the word "Christmas" VIDEO

"Not everyone celebrates Christian holidays. Such sentences can be stressful, so we should say 'holiday time'," recommended the document of the European Commissioner for Equality Helena Dalli, i.e. the manual of the European Commission.
It is said that the word "Christmas" should not be used in any context.

Mandatory vaccination from February? "This is a particularly dangerous situation".

According to a document from the Office obtained by Bloomberg, Merkel recommends that people who have not been fully vaccinated be banned from going to restaurants, cinemas and shops that are not necessary.
She also calls for mandatory vaccinations against COVID-19 starting in February 2022.

Janša discusses current issues with Merkel

Ljubljana – Prime Minister Janez Janša held a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday. The issues discussed included the situation in the EU’s eastern neighbourhood and the Polish-Belarusian border, the EU’s common position on migration pressure, and the build-up of Russian military on the border with Ukraine.

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