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German Elections 2021

There is a wide political spectrum in Germany and no party has anywhere near a majority and thus the ability to rule on its own.

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Annalena Baerbock

Germans will vote on Sunday 26 September 2021 to elect a new Bundestag, or federal parliament. The result – after coalition negotiations likely to involve two or three parties – will decide who will succeed Angela Markel, who is standing down after 16 years as chancellor.

Just over 60 million people are eligible to vote in Germany's general election for the lower house of parliament, the Bundestag, Germany's main legislative body. Its members are elected every four years in a mixed system of constituency and list voting. It currently has 709 members from seven parties — the Christian Democrats (CDU) and its sister party, the CSU, the Social Democrats (SPD), the far-right AfD, the Green party, the Left party and the business-friendly FDP. 

German federal elections are proportional, so the share of vote converts directly into share of seats in the resulting parliament. Only parties with less than 5% of the national vote, or less than three directly elected constituency seats, are not awarded proportional parliamentary seat.  There is a wide political spectrum in Germany and no party has anywhere near a majority and thus the ability to rule on its own.

My astrological assessment is based on the re-unification chart of united Germany (3rd Oct.1990) and the polling day chart. The study of both the charts using Jaimini & Nadi astrology methods clearly indicate major upside down in the Germany politics. It shows new unexpected political coalition order for the years to come. The study of birth chart of Ms. Annalena Baerbock, chancellor candidate for Alliance90/The Greens (15th Dec.1980) using Nadi astrology techniques indicates her strong win despite all odds. Thus German is going to have a new political order in the coming weeks.




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Sanjay Chaudhry

The author is Principal Consultant at Karma Dhyaan Astrology

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