The German Election
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CDU politician says 'Jamaica'coalition possible with Greens, FDP Exit polls of Germany's federal election show that a so-called Jamaica coalition of conservatives, the Greens and the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP) is possible, a senior politician of Angela Merkel's CDU said minutes after polling stations closed.
Germany's complicated election process Polls close at 6pm Paris time tonight, but it may be some time before it becomes clear who will succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor.
Germany's party leaders meet onTV for coalition 'speed-dating'talks. After voters handed back a muddled election result, candidates to succeed Angela Merkel as Germany's chancellor met for a televised debateto start discussions on a possible coalition
Trends of first estimates could change quickly, once postal votes are taken into account: 40 percent of the electorate are casting their ballot by post, including Angela Merkel herself. 2:53pm Paris time. Conservative candidate Laschet makes voting gaffe on election day Germany's conservative chancellor candidate Armin Laschet committed another blunder by folding his ballot the wrong way, revealing which party he had voted for before dropping it in the box: he cast both his votes for the CDU