One of the most likely scenarios in Germany is that the Green Party will become the biggest power in the German political scene following the parliamentary elections in fall. It has been spoken about for months that the Greens are preparing to move from being the opposition to the ruling party.
Yet, the idea that they might become a central power around which a new government order in Germany is the result of the political evolution of the last few months. The Greens’ polling has been favored by the deepening crisis in German politics due to the pandemic and the rising chaos among the German Christian Democrats.
What would such a situation mean for Germany, Europe and Poland?
In a certain way, it would be the crowning element of the whole process through which German politics has been increasingly leaning towards a leftist, green agenda.
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