German Chancellor Angela Merkel will appear for the fourth time in elections next year.
“She will run for Chancellor,” Norbert Roettgen Senior politician of the party stated to media on Tuesday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will run for a fourth term in next year election, a lawmaker of conservative party told and she would take a final decision “at the suitable time”. Merkel’s spokesperson told media on Tuesday: “She will address this question at the suitable time, as has been said many times in the past.”
Merkel Chancellor is 62 years old now, her father was a Protestant Minister. She is having a strong position once again in the next term of coming elections next year, that happened due to the instability among the nation caused by the Brexit issue as well as Trump becoming the next US president, such incidents will definitely help her to win this time again and become a leading Chancellor of Germany.
“She will run for chancellor”,Roettgen said, he added, “And she is absolutely determined, willing and ready to contribute to strengthen the international liberal order, but we can’t see the chancellor of Germany as last man standing.”
“Germany and the United States, are joined by common values as democracy, freedom, respect of law and human dignity, regardless of skin color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or political beliefs. Based on these values, I offer close cooperation to the future president of the United States of America, Donald Trump,” Angela Merkel has said.
“We are at the moment in a situation in the European Union, in our country and worldwide where there is an argument about how we want to shape globalization,” Merkel said during a meeting of German BDA employers association.
“Globalization is happening. We can arrange it such that we strengthen multilateral instruments… or such that we seal ourselves off and become protectionist,” she further told.
The chancellor will work over globalization as she insisted to be practiced during German presidency of G20 coming year.
“This dispute over openness or sealing ourselves off will keep us very busy in the coming years,” Chancellor further told.