Narrow win for Olaf Scholz’s Social Democrats in Germany

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Narrow win for Olaf Scholz’s Social Democrats in Germany” – below is their description.

The Social Democrats have secured the largest share of the vote in Germany’s elections.

Olaf Scholz is now looking to form a coalition with the Greens and the Liberal Free Democrats before Christmas.

Preliminary results gave his party a narrow election win.

WARNING: This report contains flash photography.

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