The results of the state elections in Bavaria, despite being bitter, have come as no surprise to the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party, according to the party’s Secretary General Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, speaking at a presser in the CDU headquarters in Berlin on Sunday.
"It is a warning for us, for CDU Germany. That's why in the upcoming weeks our priority will be devoted to the state elections in Hessen," she said.
The Union (CDU/CSU alliance) received its worst results in Bavaria since 1950, reaching 37.4 percent of the voters, which also means they lost the majority and will have to forge a coalition with another party.
SPD, coalition partner of the federal government, also faced a difficult loss with only 9.6 percent of the votes, receiving less support than the far-right AfD party, which brought in a total of 10.6 percent of the ballots, while the Greens came in at 17.9 percent.
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