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Germany: a “traffic light” for a leap forward?  (part 2)
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Germany: a “traffic light” for a leap forward? (part 2)
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Last December, Germany turned the page on Angela Merkel’s sixteen-year reign. At the head of a coalition made up of the Greens and the Liberals – the famous so-called “traffic light” coalition – the Social Democrat Olaf Scholz now leads the largest economy in the EU.

Continuation of our program in Germany. The climate emergency was revealed last July during three days of bad weather that disrupted the lives of thousands of Germans and killed 184 people. The worst natural disaster in modern history in the country. With Daniel Freund, MEP for the Greens (Die Grünen), we travel to the devastated town of Stolberg, near Aachen, where the slow work of reconstruction has begun.

Then return to Frankfurt-am-Main, in the company of Nicola Beer, MEP Renew Europe, whose FDP party inherited at the federal level the portfolio of big money.

In our reports, Luke Brown takes us to Darmstadt to meet the guardian angels of the European Space Agency (ESA) satellites, while Anne Mailliet introduces us to the new faces of the Bundestag in Berlin.

A program presented by Caroline de Camaret, produced by Johan Bodin, with images by Stéphane Bodenne and the participation of Luke Brown.

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