Posted November 01, 2019 11:02:51Political parties are divided into two main categories: those who support the national or parliamentary political parties, and those who are affiliated with political parties in other countries.
In Germany, the two main parties are the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and the Green party.
The parties have a long history and the CDU has been in power since 2005.
CDU is an opposition party and has supported Merkel for a long time.
The Green party, which is a left-leaning party, has a relatively new, but well-funded, membership base.
The Greens have been in government for over four years.
They are also the most popular party in the European Parliament and have been active in the country since 2007.
The German Federal Election Commission (Bundestag) published its 2018 federal elections on November 1, 2018.
In 2018, the CDUs held a decisive lead in the polls.
The CDU came in first place in the first round and had the support of 40% of voters.
The SPD, the junior partner in the CDV, finished second and was supported by 16% of votes.
The Social Democrats (SPD), the junior party in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition, was third and received 13%.
The result of the federal elections was not decided in the weeks leading up to the vote.
The next Federal Election is scheduled for May 2020.