A tight-fought general election in Germany has resulted in a thin victory for the Social Democrats while the long-ruling Conservatives suffered a historic loss. Both parties now strive to form a coalition with the Green Party, which recorded its best result ever and the pro-business Free Democrats. A hot topic of the novelty three-party government will be the energy transition and climate change.
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