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Source: Bundestag – ALLIANCE THE GREEN BUNDESPARTEID Today’s success of the Greens in Schleswig-Holstein – the historically best result, second strongest force in this election – is a clear confirmation of our government work in recent years. A very special thank you goes to Monika Heinold and Aminata Touré, our two top candidates. Together with the many local election campaigners, they have given their all over the past few days and weeks to convince people that GREEN is the right choice for Schleswig-Holstein. Federal President Ricarda Lang was happy about the success and congratulated Daniel Günther from the CDU to the election victory. The result shows that there is great trust in the work of the Greens. “There are two election winners and that is the CDU, but they are also the Greens,” said Ricarda Lang. Robert Habeck, Green Vice Chancellor and Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection, spoke out in favor of further government participation: “In agricultural policy and in the We have made such good progress on the energy transition because we have built bridges.” Emily Büning, political director of the federal government, added: “In Schleswig-Holstein and also in the federal government, we see how important it is for the Greens to participate in government today. That’s why we in Kiel are counting on continuing government participation.” “We are very happy to be the second strongest force – that’s great and shows that the people in the state want modern future politics,” said the Green top candidate Monika Heinold. Climate protection, renewable energies and social justice have top priority. And that is exactly what we Greens are the guarantor of in the state government in Schleswig-Holstein. ARD projection (as of 9:53 p.m.) CDU 43.5% SPD 15.9% GRÜNE 18.1 P 6.4 D 4.5% Left 1.7%SSW 5.8%Others 4.1%ZDF extrapolation (as of 9:09 p.m.)CDU 43.5%SPD 15.8%GRÜNE 18.2 P 6.4 D 4.5%SSW 5, 8%Other 5.8%
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