German elections: Who is favourite to be Chancellor?

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Germans look ahead to end of Chancellor Merkel as they prepare to vote but many are still repairing after the nations’ flooding.

The politician of choice was Armin Laschet but he has fallen in the polls with the Christian Democrats Union’s Olaf Scholtz surprising some with his popularity.

After 16 years, some younger citizens have only known one person be leader of Germany, but now change is inevitable.

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