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"cdu party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"New cases yesterday, but 10 of them in the city as a whole 10 of them from that outbreak, also mandatory testing at 90 residential locations now and 60 Worksites City hotel, quarantine workers tested positive, ending the streak of 55 days without a case of local transmission. One case Paris may be facing new lockdowns his variance or filling up ICU beds. Ireland northern Italy joining halting as well as the Netherlands joining and halting AstraZeneca vaccinations. AstraZeneca says no research shows reason for concern over blood clots. US top Dr Anthony Fauci says the European surges air concerning in the U. S. Especially with all the re openings that are happening in states. Japan is looking at limiting the number of people who will be allowed to accompany foreign ministers to the Tokyo Olympics. Protesters say thousands will descend on Australia's capital day as parliament reconvenes. They demand equality and justice for women. Latest reports say me and Mars security forces have now killed at least 17 people. Reuters is reporting civilian government leaders promised to pursue the overturn of the February 1st military coup, and Angela Merkel's CDU party has gotten thumped in two key regional votes after what has been perceived as a muddled covert 19 response in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg back to you guys. Thanks very much. Ed Guest for the half hour is one change. She is the chief Asia Pacific economists at the vanguard and it is a big day for daughter out of China, isn't it? We're gonna have industrial production, fixed assets. Retail sales. Industrial production alone expected to rise. 32.2% coming off a very low base. Understandably. But what do you expecting to learn today about the path of China's economy in 2021? Well, I think when you look at the strong ratings for generating February, right part of that is there are technical reasons behind it. You know, you mentioned low base that we also have this early resumption off work after Chinese New Year that's providing a boost to the construction and production activity. I think you know beyond those technical issue. There are also fundamental reasons supporting China's economy. Right. So we have a strong, you know global recovery, especially on the back of the aggressive fiscal stimulus. We have consumption of this activity we made with deviants and continue to normalize down the road. And we also have, um, you know, uh, the Cisco consolidation right coming the target for Cisco deficit and also local government bond issuance, Talia. That's less aggressive. You know, in terms of consultation that's less aggressive than people were expecting. Right, So putting everything together. I think that actually support our out of you know about consensus view off my percent growth for China this year. So overall, I would say, you know, yes. I mean, there will be had a win right for Chinese economy that here especially from the policy normalization. Overall, I think Chinese economy still going to redeem resilience. Well, in terms of normalization, Does that mean an abrupt pivot? Ah, sharp turn or something? That's more gradual. Well, I think we have this gradual normalization. Everything's locked me right? And the central bank has bean withdrawing liquidity Ever since May 2020 on Ben people, There is no longer a question. Whether we are going to have was normalization. The question is re about the pace and the magnitude on I think the most important message we're getting Is from the National People's Congress over the last you know, two weeks is that there is going to be a term, but it's not going to be a shocked her right. So in the end policymaker, they need to balance many things. They need to balance near term growth stability. They need to balance financial stuff, but that's a risk. They also want to make sure that this kind of normalization is not going to be disruptive to the market, which could turns out to be our heading into the economic recovery, so there's so many things for them to balance. As a result, I think any normalization is going to be gradual. Yeah, One of the things they have to balance is a strengthening currency. How much is there going to get factored in? Well, you know, in fact, over here and the target before the scene, why us? Sora has bean you know 6.5 s o at current level. That means, you know, we are expecting more to wait. Volatility down the road for the currency. Right? So especially, I would say, um, You know, there could be some depreciation. Pressure down the road, You know when The growth and interest rate differentials started narrow further on. Also, the current account surplus could come down again, You know, especially when global production of resumes on also, there's rising, you know, import deal because of the higher commodity price. So, um, you know, you should expect more volatility down the road for the currency. Just very quickly. He did mention you. Your growth forecast for China is above consensus that 9% you get us feeling sometimes policymakers under promise so that they can over deliver just 10 seconds or so. Yeah. I mean, we look at the growth target this year, right? They have, like a 6% target. You know, I don't think it's a production or full cast from the government is really just, you know, guideline, and you should have perceived that as a floor right before the GFC. Actually you always the actual growth overshoot.
Election Year in Germany Kicks Off With Voting in Two States
"German states of choosing a new choosing new regional governments and polls seen as a test of the national mood ahead of a general election in September. The votes in bargain voting Burke and Ryland Palatinate on the first of seven elections, taking pace in Germany this year came in. McGinnis has the details. During the first wave of the pandemic when the country coped relatively well angler Merkel's conservative CDU party sword in the polls, But since then, the death toll has been high on infection rates are rising again. Slow vaccine rollouts and delayed rapid testing scheme have frustrated voters on there's outrage over conservative MPs earning big commissions on deals to procure masks. All this could hit the CDU hard, both in Sunday's polls on and in September's general election. The
Germany Expected To Put Right-Wing AfD Under Surveillance For Violating Constitution
"Now where the government is expected to put the country's largest right wing opposition party under surveillance. This means several dozen politicians in Germany's parliament may soon be monitored for racist and other unconstitutional behaviors that threatened Germany's political system. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports in German. It's called the For fasting shits. If you translate the name literally, it's called agency for the protection of the Constitution. Melania Moniz Berlin bureau chief of the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel, She says the fall fashion shoots is on the lookout for potential threats to Germany's democratic constitutional system. This agency has the power and not only to do surveillance on fringe groups, domestic terrorists threats, but also to keep an eye on any Political institution like a political party. The driving force behind the creation of the agency and its surveillance powers were the American led allied forces who after World War two helped write a new German constitution with an eye towards preventing the return of Nazi ideology. That's why the very first article of the Constitution guarantees the right to human dignity. And now the fall fashion shoots is on the verge of making an unprecedented move, placing Germany's largest right wing opposition party, the alternative fur Deutschland, or a F D. Under surveillance for violating that very article of the Constitution. This comes nearly a year after a far right faction of the F D, known as their flu eagle was put under surveillance by the for fashion shoots for the same reasons. A man who has written a book about the FD says In its report, The agency provided examples of politicians denigrating Muslim migrants to Germany, for example, they were all treated as potential terrorists. They were the humanized the speeches they were compared to animals. A hefty politicians also trivialized Germany's Nazi past. You know it. Because I'm sick of flip of age. Speaking at an FD event in 2017, the leader of the feudal faction beyond Hecker, called the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. A monument of shame, I believe a finder. It was a year later, a FD parliamentary leader Alexander Gallant, like in Germany's Nazi era to a speck of bird droppings, and more than 1000 years of what he called successful German history. Women. I'm sure really, I ft off wonders of all off. If you look at how the FDA has been behaving for some time Now it's clear. It's acting against our democracy and our constitution. Social Democrat parliamentarian Thomas Hitler is a member of the committee that keeps checks on Germany's intelligence agencies. He says. The for fashion shoots has spent two years gathering evidence that'll inform their decision to put the FT under watch but FT politician New York that Starsky says the agency is run by Angela Merkel's government staffed with members of her CDU party. He says the CTU is worried about how fast the FDA has become a presence in Germany's parliament. The party now has 88 members in the Bundestag. If you have no opposition party, which is very successful within very short time, and we become a danger for the ruling party's, especially for the conservative CTU, and this is the reason by they are trying to stigmatize us. Really to put us in the Nancy corner and also to spread wrong rumors. But Social Democrat Hitler says the process is not political, and its findings must withstand legal scrutiny. You got Bestwick states. There are 50, often under different conditions, Wife reported decision must be so watertight legally that it will stand up in the courts. The FT have legal recourse to contest the decision. And the agency isn't about to lose face in court with the poor case. A hefty politician Hans Meyer, already under surveillance for being part of the far right, Floegel Wing, told NPR by email. He's worried that civil servants like police officers will cancel their membership out of fear of losing their jobs. Well the for fashion shoots is able to tap phones and use informants to gather information on whomever it monitors. Meyer says he hasn't noticed the surveillance whenever Germany announces its decision. The FDA is expected to file lawsuit challenging it and that may take years to resolve. Rob
"cdu party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The real story one topic one hour every week. On this week, The American president insists the election was rigged A mob storms the U. S Capitol, and there's horror at the assault on the heart of democracy who should be blamed for this crescendo into violence. Donald Trump denies he found the flames but is that enough to save his future on the political stage? Is the Republican Party ready to leave the politics of Trump behind when the showmanship and spectacle has a loyal fan base is abandoning the truth and overturning conventions a long term strategy or could it destroy the very system politicians compete to control? Violence and racial hatred have been woven into the discourse. Will this ignite the extremes and alienate the middle on who prospers? If that happens, a shining beacon to the world or a barely flickering flame has the light of American democracy dimmed. That's the real story from the BBC coming up after the news. ABC News I'm John Shea. The Indian Prime minister, Narendra Modi has launched a huge Corona virus vaccination program, which aims to reach 300 million people by August. Addressing a video conference, Mr Moody said such an ambitious vaccination campaign had never been carried out before part of the man Dooney Argus sets it brought the worst largest vaccination campaign is starting in India. I Congress let all off my countrymen for this in the very first phase. India is going to vaccinate 30 million people will bring the number of vaccinations to 300 million in the second phase. In the next phase, the elderly and people with chronic diseases will be vaccinated. Critics accused the government off rushing to approve one of the two vaccines being used Kovacs in which was developed in India. Officials insist the job is safe despite having not yet passed phase three clinical trials. Ugandan electoral authorities are expected to announce the winner off Thursday's presidential election shortly with nearly two thirds of votes counted. President you wearing the seven E has a commanding lead over the main opposition candidate, Bobby Wine. Musician turned politician has described the pole is a sham, but presidential spokesman said no evidence of rigging had been presented. Germany's biggest party, the Christian Democrats, is in the process of choosing a new leader. The winner will be in pole position to replace Angela Merkel is chancellor when she steps down in September. Three candidates are all men. The premiere of North Rhine Westphalia Armin Lash at is up against the chair of the parliamentary Foreign affairs Committee, Norbert Reckon on the businessman Friedrich Mats. More than a dozen people have been killed in a series of attacks across Afghanistan. The violence comes hours after the United States announced that it's now reduced its military presence in Afghanistan to 2500 troops. Gemma, covering reports. It's a litany of attacks in her that 12 Afghan local police were killed, eating together when gunmen entered their base and opened fire. In Kandahar, a car bomb targeted a military workshop leading to a gun battle in Helmand. Two Afghan troops are reported dead after an attack on a highway check post in the capital, Kabul. A car carrying a senior police official was hit. Two officers died in back land militants set six fuel tankers A light on abducted the drivers. All this is the Afghan government calls for a cease fire in peace talks with the Taliban in dough heart. Donald Trump has overseen the 13th and final federal execution of his presidency more than any U. S leader in 120 years. All 13 executions have been carried out in the last six months. Amounting to a quarter of the number of inmates on federal death row. The Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor are called it an unprecedented rush. Well. News from the BBC. At least 3000 migrants have crossed into Guatemala from Honduras in the hope of eventually reaching the United States. Most had only a backpack or a carrier bag of possessions. Some carried Children on the shoulders. Migrants who say they're fleeing violence and poverty in Honduras hope that the incoming Biden administration will ease US border controls. Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen has said China will donate one million doses are the Corona virus vaccine to his country in a Facebook post. He thanked Beijing's leaders for their generosity. The leader of Australia's most popular state, New South Wales is calling for the reopening of the country's internal borders, which were closed to control the spread of covert 19 Gladys Parodic Lian says other states were too hasty in implementing movement restrictions. After small clusters of infections were reported in December. So whilst we're dealing with the pandemic, we have to think about will happen. We K past citizens mentally well hack. We make sure they're able to move around conduct business and therefore we need to think about how we approached borders..
Germany AfD: How far right caused political earthquake
"A bad day for democracy the words of the German chancellor Angela Merkel who sharply criticised her Christian Democrat colleagues in the state to fear in Jaffa joining forces with the far right in order to get rid of a left wing regional leader she's called it unforgivable let's talk to a Gemini correspondent Jenny Helen that Jenny I know that being some developments in the past hour or so because just to explain the story a little for us what happened yes I'm last year there was an inconclusive regional elections in the states at the ranger largely because a hefty the far right party did pretty well now yesterday everybody expected really on a man who is the current prime minister to be reelected to handle the majority had managed to thrash out on a left wing coalition so if one assumes that this would just be voted through in the state parliament instead very unexpectedly the far right AFP that she had the wrong kind of debate in the fast route for a third round of voting they suddenly ignored him and through that it's behind this on the top of the Thomas camera should know when and how to Thomas camera yesterday morning really but he's right at the center of this political earthquake because he was suddenly unexpectedly voted in to be the state prime minister and with support from the far right AFP and I'm not have caused widespread outrage twenty four hours later he has now stood down and actually further up the the policy change the leader of the free Democrats as the party is from and has also said that tomorrow morning he's going to effectively put himself to a confidence vote amongst the leadership of the policy and by then save there's a lot going on hand and as you rightly point out on the Michael was not amused after school because amongst those voting for this job I'm a one man does regional politicians from her CDU party now they've aligned themselves with a hefty no one knows what the deal was done or was not done and but either way it's broken a huge political to their head in Germany and the coolest the the the Bob run tomorrow or it means fiable this is kind of political consensus that you don't work with the fall rice and on this occasion and the man himself in question the free democratic became the prime minister and what he's seen as a brother beyond the pale because he's actually accepted the job in the first place only the back of support from the far right AFP despite saying he opposes them some of course he said and people very upset and this one hundred and think with him standing down because of course it has no raise the question you know after all a strong wish political force particularly in the east of the country that in a position in the national parliament Hey and I think the mainstream parties are going to have to look harder at what they do about them Jenny thank you very much indeed that was such an hill Lara Berlin correspondent Aaron what happened in the status here in Jeff about more to come it seems on
"cdu party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Workplace east kuta may get some relief off russian president putin has called for a five hour daily ceasefire in syria beginning today three bucks 'combis far reports from the un headquarters this comes after the security council possible usual suffered equally full 30day ceasefire the pauses nothing you ethic the journal of clinical jurors were early demanded the ceasefire to come into effect immediately more than five hundred people have died in the past week including at least thirty people since the ceasefire resolution passed on saturday after united nations in new york congress for bloomberg daybreak europe south africa's president so ramaphosa has announced it appointed an investor favorite as finance minister in a major cabinet reshuffle bloomberg's almond butter reports roma points i has made sweeping changes to the cabinet including the appointment of david mabuza as his deputy and and dunkin' amy as finance minister a dramatic comeback for nanny was fired by former president jacob zuma in 2015 in johannesburg i'm columbus up new book daybreak europe germany cdu party has approved chancellor michaels coalition deal with the social democrats sign of bouillon says she also took steps to sues conservative critics within her party could come combo the cdu general secretary editorial merkel's potential successor wants to applause from delegates offer indicating that the party will look steerable conservative course management but will stick to its social of liberal reuss as well route coobook daybreak europe berlin and white house communications director hype picks is scheduled to be interviewed today by the house intelligence committee as part of the probe into russian election meddling according to officials familiar her appearance is scheduled for ten a m washington time global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilholf this is bloomberg caroline thank you similar soldie now with him on export these his calum leslie scotland liberty brian wilson raced of the rugby union six lesions ubovered disciplinary hearings would alleged to give me of tweets by the win against england slugged guilty should be banned for up to twelve weeks brinson who is also a little bit of tunnel clash with bottle before.
"cdu party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Daybreak heavy morning five thirty a m limited time just by typing at diy be on the blue bag let's get a close suebu bags his cell to kill of his glutamates isn't global nissans good morning good morning line saudi arabia has replaced its military chief of staff fund other defense officials admitted stalemated war in yemen the kingdom gave no reason behind the shakeup which is believed to be orchestrated by crown prince mohammad bin salman the kingdom also announced its first female deputy minister of labour and social development as it tries to broaden the role of women in the workplace a scooter may get some relief after russian president putin has called for a five hour daily ceasefire in syria beginning today who makes 'combis far her report from the un headquarters this comes after the security council possible usual suffered equally for thirty this ceasefire the pauses or nothing for us attorney gutierrez port early demanded the ceasefire from effect immediately more than five hundred people have died in the past week including at least thirty people since the ceasefire resolution passed on saturday at the united nations new york congress for bloomberg daybreak europe so south africa's president cyril ramaphosa has appointed an investor favorites as finance minister in a major cabinet reshuffle bloomberg's almond butter reports roma perks i has made sweeping changes to the cabinet including the appointment of david mabuza as his deputy and and ganguly as finance minister a dramatic comeback for any was fired by former president jacob zuma in 2015 in johannesburg i'm columbus up new book daybreak europe germany cdu party has approved chancellor michaels coalition deal with the social democrats impacts hina bergen says she also took steps to soothe conservative critics within her party could come combo the city's new journal's editorial miracles potential successor wants solid applause from delegates ultra indicating that.
"cdu party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Coalition deal with us social democrats while its members continue to vote on the agreement and northern ireland's democratic unionists are again asking london to implement the budget as a powersharing deal seems increasingly unlikely bloomberg's piece of flanagan reports would grow he'll programmer gore won't number before reporters are mer gobert of horror the rhythm northern armed provoke gone would collapse bureau appears far away over from resolution confirmed mueller mode or courtroom at northwood mercury oppose any move could be rethought who brought the number of the dublin peter rattigan bloomberg daybreak europe global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm we on guarantees is being by guy thank you very much indeed sports on his calling busy manchester city boss cut kuopio lessens their league cup success he's down to every one of the club that isn't just his achievements the form of by munich coach sealed his first trophy since arriving in 2016 but a free no victory over all snow in the final at wembley primarily champions chelsea are outside of the top four play footsie points back from the champions league places after a two one defeat to manchester united at old trafford jo say marina is men are up to second with tottenham now four thanks to a one know when at crystal palace celtic manager brendan rojas says his side showed left fighting qualities to go nine points clear at the top of the scottish premiership extended their advantage a rangers with a twonil wayne of fez by sabbath day in england cricketer ben stoked she'll be reflecting on a decent combat with the polls but an ineffective batting display off to their opening oneday international against new england he's go twelve runs and took two wickets after a fivemonth absence a side went down to a threewicket defeat in hamilton last the latest i'm cullen besley participants knees here's what you should be watching this week german chancellor angela merkel cdu party convention takes place in berlin today discussing vital the proposed coalition pact with the social democrats that jay powell's first appearance afede as fed chairman will be two days of grilling in congress on tuesday on thursday and a wednesday to eu chief breaks it negotiates michel barnier will brief permanent eu representatives on begs up.
"cdu party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Cologne a very warm welcome to the globalists' with me mnlf an on monaco 24 coming to live from studio one of adoring house on today's program the first steps towards a coalition in germany may have been taken thus week that could progress be stopped in its tracks also head will a meeting in vancouver do anything to persuade north korea to be parted from its nuclear weapons program and we speak to a fashion entrepreneur making waves on the west coast of america when i decided to open my own store one of the organizing principles that i had was that we would not merchandise mark election we will merchandise by feeling plus so long little america howdy nine elms we look at the new us embassy no matter what donald trump thinks about whether it was a good or bad deal is it a good building plus tuesday's newspapers and we look at the collapse of the construction giant currently in in the latest business headlines at seoul to come on the globalist with me mlc a monocle 24 this will be discussing the architectural notes the financial merit to the new us embassy down on the south by a little later on but first loss friday a gentle but collective sigh of relief was breathe the course much of germany and indeed europe the first tiny steps have been taken towards the creation of a coalition some four months of two angola michael in his cdu party it had that majority cut hard the other party the spd had initially refused to join him with a coalition talks bloodied and bruised an overhaul of the party was necessary but participate they did and now there's a fresh hurdle though the spd may not even agree to even to the initial terms of what was agreed last week on joined from berlin by matthew carnage nick politicos chief europe correspondent welcome as ever to monocle 24 matthew so the spd agreed in principle last week and beginning coalition talks but that's just the start of it.
"cdu party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Seven thirty gmt this is we can from the bbc world service still to come talk of nuclear buttons the impact donald trump has had on north korea a look at the integration of new immigrants into life in taiwan and a campaign to convince children to eat healthy snaps that's all on weekend with sealing a hat but first a summary of world news bbc news with neil nunez more than three months after inconclusive elections the german chancellor angela merkel is beginning fresh talks on forming a coalition government mrs marcos centreright cdu party and its bavarian allies are hoping to put together an administration with the centreleft social democrats a search is underway in the east china sea for the thirty two crew members of an oil tanker which caught fire after colliding with a cargoship on saturday a huge cloud of black smoke is still belching from the stricken vessel we're hinge a muslim rebels in miyama's milesovic carried out an attack on the militry on friday in which three people were hurt they've issued a statement saying they have no choice but to continue their insurgency a series of raids by the group against the burmese security forces last year prompted military retaliation which led hundreds of thousands of rangers to flee to bangladesh peru's former president alberto fujimori has called for national unity days after he was pardoned and freed from a twenty five year jail term is comments are being seen as an attempt to return to political life following his early release englishspeaking separatists in cameroon xavier leader julius iab tomba has been detained in neighboring nigeria they say he was chairing a meeting at a hotel in the booja when he was seized by armed men who separatists are seeking an independent state of anglophone parts of cameroon which they coal obasanja the french president emmanuel macron will take potting commemorations in paris later to mark the third anniversary of the is the missed attack on the shali eddo satirical magazine twelve people including a policemen died when two brothers opened fire at the magazines office president macro we lay wreaths for those killed and five others who died in connected attacks bbc news you're listening to weekends from the bbc world service with celia hatton coming up later this hour british parents are being told to give young children no more than two snacks.
"cdu party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"World service still to come we'll explore a surprise announcement from ethiopia possible release of political prisoners and the work of wildlife rescuers in australia what happens when growing cities come into contact with nature that's all on weekend with steely hatton but first a summary of world news bbc news with million has more than three months after inconclusive elections the german chancellor angela merkel is beginning fresh talks on forming a coalition government this is michael centreright cdu party and its bavarian allies a hoping to put together an administration with the centreleft social democrats a search is on the way in the east china sea for the crew of an oil tanker which caught fire after colliding with a cargoship thirty two people all but two of them iranian are missing mahindra muslim rebels in miyama's say they carried out an attack on the militry on friday in which three people were hurt they've issued a statement saying they have no choice but to continue their insurgency a series of raids by the group against the burmese security forces last year prompted military retaliation which led hundreds of thousands of real hinges to flee to bangladesh days after he was pardoned and freed from jail peru's former president alberto fujimori has called for national unity his comments are being seen as an attempt to return to political life following his early release from a twenty five year sentence for human rights abuses and corruption the nigerian government has charted two planes to speed up the evacuation of its citizens from libya many thousands of nigerians are trapped in libya where they had been attempting to cross illegally into europe it november television pictures appeared to show african migrants being sold as slaves at auction the french president emmanuel macron will take part in commemorations in paris later to mark the third anniversary of the islamist attack on the shali abdul satirical magazine twelve people including a policemen died when two brothers opened fire at the magazines office president mackerel will lay reads for those who to hide bbc world news you're listening to weekend from the bbc world service with celia hatton coming up later animal rescue we meet.
"cdu party" Discussed on Amanpour
"Welcome back to the program it's a scene few people imagined even just a month ago but today imagination has become reality for germany's farright afd party as ninety two of them members arrived in parliament to begin that first day on the job and it's the first time in almost sixty years they finished a strong third in last month's elections running on an antiimmigration ticket this prize gains follows a rising tide of populism across europe most recently the czech republic elected a new populist nita and today austria's new conservative leader announced the these invited the farright freedom party to form a coalition government so let's bring in david mcallister he's a german mep from chancellor merkel's cdu party and joining us from strasbourg oh welcome to the program mr mcallister i guess the first question what went through your mind when you saw this unfolding in the bundestag today good evening from strasbourg in france well the german bundestag government for the first time since on national elections four weeks ago and things are more complicated now no national parliament we have a record number of seven hundred nine mps from six different political groups and yes for the first time we have a farright populist political group in our parliament vis assad for germany but we have to accept the democratic will of for german people they of de gaulle 13 percent at the national elections about means about eighty seven percent of the voters didn't vote for these radicals okay so what can that thirteen percent those ninety two deputies what can they actually do in parliament.
"cdu party" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is inside europe enzyme emma wallis in bonn we start today's show in germany where the country has been reeling from the election results at the start of the week the campaign might have been criticised for being dahlan lacking passion for the aftermath has been anything but boring a new party the rightwing populist still tentative for deutschland or a fdd enters the parliament with a whopping ninety four seats and has caused consternation amongst them are established parties now chancellor angela merkel has been busy trying to build the basis of a new coalition before hoping to start her full term of government but it's been a bit of a hollow victory as i correspondent daniel paths explained yes definitely for chancellor merkel and her cdu party it was a hollow victory of the cdu and its bavarian sister party with c as you lost eight point six percent the poll some crushed down to thirty two point nine percent of the votes and is a hollow victory because chancellor merkel now has to form a new government of it's going to be much much harder because the only option on the table right now is a government between her cdu party the promarket fdp and the environmentalist greens on these three parties are not a natural fit so forming a government of will turn out to be a very good for cult task indeed in fact since sunday's election result there was a big shockwave gone through the political establishment because of the sharp rise of the fdd will tentative for diet sean party you've been took galas this week in saxony how has that rise of the t been explained by themselves and also by the traditional parties but was a hot tub asked to.
"cdu party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Ensure that our children can develop the skills they need to and to win in the workforce of tomorrow who likes to win a high anybody like lose a little wise better stem education also means higher paying jobs for american workers and families you get out of school he hit a really great jeff's high paying jobs with a very well with the employment rolls today you can really jobs and we want our basing of americans to fill these jobs earned a great living lift up their communities at a genes their american graham's the president with students surround him talking about a new two hundred milliondollar program to try to beef up the stem program with a new focus on computer science and education you're listening to washington today hamas tight him well that's what it sounded like outside of new york city courtroom this morning were former congressman anthony wiener sentenced to twenty one months in federal prison four secs sting with a 15yearold north carolina girl the one time democratic lawmaker also facing three years of supervised probation after his release as well as a ten thousand dollar fine that can make former congressman wiener pleaded guilty to the charges telling a judge that the crime had made in hit rockbottom he called himself a sick person anthony wiener will report to prison on november the sixth his ex wife former hillary clinton aide whom abidine has filed for divorce in germany today chancellor angela merkel beginning the task of bill ding a coalition government following yesterday's election results that significantly weakened hirth already voters moved away her centerright cdu party and its coalition partners the social democratic party the sdp d in favor of the far right alternative for germany the fdp party as well as other smart smaller parties now the the fragmented results leading her little room for maneuver to a translator she made these comments courtesy of georgia avella tv the son of bonding to his previous night i just like ask yesterday on.
"cdu party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The skills they need to compete and to win in the workforce tomorrow who likes to win a high anybody like delivers a little wise better stem education also means higher paying jobs for american workers and families you get at gray really great jeff's high paying jobs we do very well with the employment goals today you can really jobs and we want are amazing of the vatican's to fill these jobs are at a great living lift up their communities and she their american dreams the president with students surround him talking about a new two hundred milliondollar program to try to beef up the stem program with the new focus on computer science in education you're listening to washington today rhett thai films well that's what it sounded like outside of new york city courtroom this morning were former congressman anthony wiener sentenced to twenty one months in federal prison four sex sting with a 15yearold north carolina girl the one time democratic lawmaker also facing three years of supervised probation after his release as well as a ten thousand dollar fine back in may former congressman wiener pleaded guilty to the charges telling a judge that the crime had made in hit rockbottom he called himself a sick person anthony wiener will report to prison on november the sixth his ex wife former hillary clinton aide whom abidine has filed for divorce in germany today chancellor angela merkel beginning the task of building a coalition government following yesterday's election results that significantly weaken her thority voters moved away her centerright cdu party and its coalition partners the social democratic party d s p in favor of the far right alternative for germany the fdp party as well as other smart smaller parties now the frightening and results leading her little room for maneuver to a translator she made these comments courtesy of georgia vella tv the monster bonding to his previous night i just like ask yesterday on lines.
"cdu party" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The spectrum when it comes to this this like jamaica coalition we are seeing a market affect coming through fdp peripherals greens into the energy domestic story matt the other interesting thing is you know carolina caroline and i were at the budget parties last night after the after the vote i went over to the cdu to see how they were faring by the way there is a there was a cigarette girl at the cdu party leader i thought what do i read it i haven't heard of that kind of thing in the us we haven't had that since the fifties i mean there were somebody walking around in a special uniform where the tray full of cigarettes i guess german people just still smoke that's it's weird from an american perspective because nobody in the us unless you have so much money that you don't care or unless you don't happen education you don't really smoke in the us now i am is actually surprised that i thought it was at the green party which was in a very trendy enormous of sort of cana type who'll sort of mahmud licking the now steve at present list cancelled that was interesting lossmaking outside but the other thing that is interesting getting back to the politics of the fdp is against the banking in any event and both say they are talking a lot about this this finance minister and that would entail i think it's interesting that ubs economist who kartika saying that these are actually mean a slower pace of european integration thank you ted tenant credit cleave credit see saying that markle's win is basically bullish vicente next he's he's a uday say much about this this is that your taxes as an amazing nine percent eight still very teeth that when you look at it that is the msci better than the cac or the footsie had earlier this year not up there with say the ibex but it's interesting to look at the fallout on on equities and what people think this will do to equities going forward guy you mentioned georgia telecom earlier and we saw ship spike everybody's searching for news on georgia telekom at the fdp party at.
"cdu party" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Campaign really very well conduct well wellconducted but a pretty horrible for angela merkel really because she lost quite a bit of support it's a bad result for her cdu party and it's it's palm of the tsu in bavaria which didn't do it all well and for the spd as well done to twenty percent for those two big blocs whose dominated german politics in the modern era this was the worst result since normality was reintroduced into german system in 1949 what was then west germany so what her options now well she's got to do coalition building she can't do it just with the liberals the fdp that wouldn't give it enough the talking about what's called a jamaica coalition because of the colors of the jamaican flag black for the cdu yellow for the fdp with the greens now of course the mainstream parties are all going to try to cobble something together because they're absolutely horrified by the performance of the fdp so it will happen but it's going to be awkward for let me give you just a flavor justin in saxony which is in in the southeast of the country the the state that borders poland and the czech republic it includes leipzig in dresden i was there a couple of weeks ago the air t the fdp got twenty seven point nine percent of the vote mean more than the cdu right across the old east germany as wars in the communist era the did exceptionally well living they will in excess of twenty percent that is the challenge with this is where there are more migrants it's where incomes a lower its where the anger about the medical decision to to let in about a million migrants two years ago is at its highest and that is the political problem she she faces it's a very tense time there were big dem was hit in berlin outside the ft headquarters last night and you know you still see on mondays in dresden lose huge pleaded demonstrations against migrant but here's the thing jim does it come off the streets now and into the bundestag and if it does well shape of that fairly large group of people what what are they actually do well it's a very good question we simply don't know what's going to happen except that the.
"cdu party" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The rest of the weekend an early into next week area turning mostly sunny today highs from the low 60s near the water mid two upper 70s inland and mostly sunny today around the sacramento valley this is morning edition from npr news i'm david greene in culver city california and i am rachel martin in berlin germany we are overlooking the brandenburg gate and the bundestag the parliament building it is a beautiful day here in berlin a couple of hundred people are on the square where this morning milling around is a lot of energy in the city because this weekend germans will choose their next leader and the current chancellor angela merkel is set to win a fourth term and rachel how would you describe what she has done right well it's really about the world around her david as things have felt increasingly chaotic in europe and around the world merkel has really been the definition of stability a steadyhand amidst all the chaos she's been in office for twelve years and during that time the global recession obviously took a toll the increased threat of terrorism was something she is dealing with and she has been seen as steadiness and leadership in and around western democracies so even though she is expected to win the poll suggests she's in a good position with her cdu party there is a change happening here in the politics of the moment the rightwing party it's called the afd the party's position to win a place in parliament for the first time which would be challenge jing could be challenging for under the miracle as she attempts to form a government and move forward than it as you dig into the support for that party and the support its growing what what is attracting germans to them you hear a lot of language about putting germany first putting german interests first so similar to what we heard donald trump say on the can pain trail and as president this parties taking really hard line on immigration also something familiar to americans ogle markel got a lot of flack for how she handled the refugee crisis especially at a tight in 2015 when she opened the borders to immigrants and that has been a motivation for this party the afd they have fc this as an opportunity and i sat down with the berlin chair of the.
"cdu party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The flats they guessing the benefits and and it's not surprising that you'll message will resonate if that's how you frame we get the very strong social system in germany and we want to preserve the system we want to help the people who are really suffering from poverty but the situation we have now as we've got the most generous one of the most generous welfare system sold over the world and that tricks let people drew germany a lot of people who are no exactly that they will never half the standard of living the place of the work if somebody is already twenty five years old and curled hotly read or write in the lie which he will never be able to be integrated into oil working market he will never forgive chop the people will left from social benefits for the rest of their life and that that kind of immigration we can't afford for the rest back at the modern chills spd rally one aim is to persuade those voces lost to the afd in trying to do that half the social democrats backed the wrong horse with their focus on inequality when he's appears to be immigration the resonates more frank schwab a is an spd member of the current parliament i think of both of those the problem is that this is not easy to understand the problems of this country and all over the world and is very easy to save immigration zoom issue llamas then nobody at the end of the does the majority of the the understand the question on social dresses of the bush what color you a mug of good will vote for us over them above maybe twenty years ago no the don't vote on the voter appropriate is no right or left populist bug as and that was the franc shrub a of the spd i'll be back later in the program talking to foreign affairs spokesman of angola merkel's cdu party you then hearttoheart about among other things have to respond to the presence of the efdi which has as more or less thrown a molotov cocktail into the otherwise quiet system of compromise and consensus that is german politics do join me then you're listening to news our distribution of the.
"cdu party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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