Germany after the election: What’s next (and what could go wrong)? | DW News

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Angela Merkel is on her way out. But it could still be weeks, if not months till she says “auf Wiedersehen”. Building a new government will be complicated and full of compromise. We explain what happens next.

Intro 00:00-01:05

Germany after Merkel 01:05 – 02:09

Coalition Country 02:09 – 04:19

What can go wrong? 04:19 – 06:21

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