For the first time in its four-decade history, Germany’s so-called Green Party, an environmentalist political party, has announced its candidate for chancellor.
It is also a historic development that the Greens will play a key role in the elections this September.
On Monday, the Green Party announced that 40-year-old Analina Berbok would run in the September election as a replacement for current Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Annalena Baerbock is expected to be the only female candidate in the next race for chancellor.
The Greens, who once had a unique identity wearing hippie-like bearded shoes, are now likely to be part of the next government.
In a context where right-wing conservatives are currently in turmoil over disagreements over the candidate, the Green Party could emerge as one of the largest parties in the new coalition.
This development will mean that Annalena Baerbock will be the next Chancellor of Germany and she is already being compared to the young Prime Ministers of New Zealand and Finland.
Annalena Baerbock was born in 1980, the same year his party was founded. His parents took him with them to anti-nuclear protests. She recalls incidents in her childhood when protesters were dispersed by a powerful stream of water, and then when she got home, she was given a cake to eat.
It represents a kind of revolutionary style of a wealthy and comfortable middle class of the time that eventually took the form of the Green Party and explains the reason for its public popularity today.
According to a recent poll, 22 percent of voters in the country support the Green Party, the second largest party after Angela Merkel’s conservative Christian Democratic Union and Christian Social Union.
The conservative coalition’s popularity was 40 percent last summer when the country’s epidemic was slightly better, but has now dropped to 29 percent.
Some other opinion polls have shown the Conservatives to be even less popular, with only four or five percent more popular than the Green Party. The left-leaning Social Democratic Party has been popular with young people for months. In addition, other smaller and larger parties support 10% or less of the vote.
The situation is likely to worsen for the conservative parties, the Christian Democratic Union and the Christian Social Union, as the current negative reviews do not address the ongoing controversy within them over their disagreement over their chancellor candidate. Is caused by
Now that the ‘Alpha Mail’, a conservative party with male-dominated political ideologies, is embroiled in a self-defeating battle for party leadership, the Green Party has quietly announced its candidate for chancellor. Has made a choice. In the same way that decisions are made secretly in Russia, the Green Party did not make a formal announcement until Monday that it was considering choosing a candidate.
The new leadership of the Green Party has imposed a strict party discipline on its party and a zeal to come to power that Bismarck, a nationalist leader in German history, might be proud of.
But one thing is that in the Green Party, not all matters are usually settled very easily. Traditionally, conservative parties have been very organized, while the Green Party has seen a lot of chaos.
Watching videos of the Green Party’s founding day celebrations looks like a student union meeting, with young men with disheveled hair wearing modern shirts and jackets chanting slogans.
This party has been divided into two groups in its history, one group consists of those who are ‘realists’, those who want it is right to make some compromises to make themselves popular in the society while the other group The so-called ‘funds’ are the ones who say that any compromise on principles is tantamount to selling out to the party.
The Green Party first came to power in 1998 when it joined the coalition government as a junior partner of the left-leaning Social Democratic Party.
Green Party Secretary Joshka Fisher was recently asked by reporters if eating “mesley” (a healthy breakfast food made from dried fruits and nuts) would be mandatory. ۔
Within the Green Party, the Rallies had won, but after coming to power, the battle for reconciliation and compromise on principles intensified. A bucket of paint was thrown at Joshka Fisher in 1999 after she said she would support a NATO airstrike on Kosovo.
Tensions between the two factions on the national political scene continued for decades, leaving the Green Party divided and chaotic.
However, the pragmatic and successful leadership of the Green Party in regional or provincial governments in Germany has proved that it can now give its country an effective rule.
In 2011, the wealthy German state of Baden-Wھrttemberg first elected Win Fried Kurtzmann, a Green Party leader. Thanks to a balance between economic pragmatism and a strong commitment to environmental values, he has not only been in power for a long time, but also popular in his province.
Three years ago, the Green Party elected Miss Annalena Baerbock and Robert Habek as joint leaders. Keep united Now, as the Green Party’s popularity grows, its opposition has waned, but its journey to power will not be easy.
The Green Party is more popular but generally fails to do well in elections. What is special about voters is that they like to stick to high values and that is why they like to vote for the Green Party. But when it comes to voting, traditional loyalties and economic credentials influence their opinion.
The Greens will now face attacks from all sides. Leftists will ridicule them for being elite bourgeoisie who care more about healthy drinks like soybeans than expensive workers’ rights. Right-wingers will say that they want to ban the German car industry and kebabs in the name of protecting the environment.
But during the 16 years of Angela Merkel’s rule, in the context of her environmentally friendly policies, for example, she is destroying nuclear and coal-fired power plants in Germany. Much has changed in Germany. Now the main issue in politics is eco-friendliness and the Green Party is the most eco-friendly party and now it is becoming obsolete to speak against the environment but the voters resent such things.
Whichever direction politics takes, the Green Party is currently in power with one eye. No one will be seen making fun of Michelle anymore.