After the election in Germany, winner Olaf Scholz, the Social Democrat leader called for urgent talks with the Greens and Liberals, but their leaders planned to meet each other first. Half of Germans want the Social Democrats to run Germany with the Greens and liberal FDP. In Germany, this cooperation is called a “traffic light” coalition, because of the party colours, BBC reports.
Meanwhile, German conservative leader Armin Laschet is facing unrest within the CDU party, after their historic defeat in federal elections. Support for his bid to form a governing coalition drained away.