De winnaars en verliezers van de Duitse verkiezingen

De Duitse bondskanselier Angela Merkel heeft zondag bij de Bondsdagverkiezingen met haar partij CDU/CSU een grote overwinning behaald. Ze zal de coalitie met de liberale FDP volgens de prognoses echter niet kunnen voortzetten: deze partij haalde de kiesdrempel niet en zal uit de Bondsdag verdwijnen. De FDP heeft sinds de stichting van de Bondsrepubliek in 1949 altijd deel uitgemaakt van de Bondsdag.

De SPD van kanselierskandidaat Peer Steinbrück blijft met ongeveer 26 procent ver achter bij de CDU/CSU. De Groenen verloren zoals verwacht. De linkse partij Die Linke staat op rond 8 procent.

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BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 22:  Supporters of the German Christian Democrats (CDU) react to initial results that give the CDU 42% of the vote in German federal elections on September 22, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Germany is holding federal elections that will determine whether Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is also chairwoman of the CDU, will remain chancellor for a third term. Though the CDU has a strong lead over the opposition, speculations run wide as to what coalition will be viable in coming weeks to create a new government.  (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images) Beeld Getty Images
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 22: Supporters of the German Christian Democrats (CDU) react to initial results that give the CDU 42% of the vote in German federal elections on September 22, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Germany is holding federal elections that will determine whether Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is also chairwoman of the CDU, will remain chancellor for a third term. Though the CDU has a strong lead over the opposition, speculations run wide as to what coalition will be viable in coming weeks to create a new government. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)Beeld Getty Images
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epa03878934 Supporters of the German Green Party react to the results of the 2013 German federal election at the Columbiahalle in Berlin, Germany, 22 September 2013. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition partner, the Free Democratic Party, may lose all its seats in the German parliament, falling short of a 5-per-cent threshold, but the result is still too close to call, television exit polls show.  EPA/SOEREN STACHE Beeld EPA
epa03878934 Supporters of the German Green Party react to the results of the 2013 German federal election at the Columbiahalle in Berlin, Germany, 22 September 2013. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition partner, the Free Democratic Party, may lose all its seats in the German parliament, falling short of a 5-per-cent threshold, but the result is still too close to call, television exit polls show. EPA/SOEREN STACHEBeeld EPA
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BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 22:  Supporters of the German Christian Democrats (CDU) react to initial results that give the CDU 42% of the vote in German federal elections on September 22, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Germany is holding federal elections that will determine whether Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is also chairwoman of the CDU, will remain chancellor for a third term. Though the CDU has a strong lead over the opposition, speculations run wide as to what coalition will be viable in coming weeks to create a new government.  (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) Beeld Getty Images
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 22: Supporters of the German Christian Democrats (CDU) react to initial results that give the CDU 42% of the vote in German federal elections on September 22, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Germany is holding federal elections that will determine whether Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is also chairwoman of the CDU, will remain chancellor for a third term. Though the CDU has a strong lead over the opposition, speculations run wide as to what coalition will be viable in coming weeks to create a new government. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)Beeld Getty Images
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Social Democratic (SPD) party candidate Peer Steinbrueck (L) and of the SPD Sigmar Gabriel gesture as they address supporters after exit polls are broadcast on television in Berlin on September 22, 2013, after the German general elections. Angela Merkel clinched a third term in German elections Sunday but will be forced to form an awkward coalition with her chief rivals to govern Europe's top economy, exit polls indicated AFP PHOTO / OLIVER LANG Beeld AFP
Social Democratic (SPD) party candidate Peer Steinbrueck (L) and of the SPD Sigmar Gabriel gesture as they address supporters after exit polls are broadcast on television in Berlin on September 22, 2013, after the German general elections. Angela Merkel clinched a third term in German elections Sunday but will be forced to form an awkward coalition with her chief rivals to govern Europe's top economy, exit polls indicated AFP PHOTO / OLIVER LANGBeeld AFP
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BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 22:  German Chancellor and Chairwoman of the German Christian Democrats (CDU) Angela Merkel, speaks to supporters at CDU headquarter Konrad-Adenauer-Haus after initial results give the CDU 42% of votes cast in the Germany election on September 22, 2013 in Berlin, Germany.  (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images) Beeld Getty Images
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 22: German Chancellor and Chairwoman of the German Christian Democrats (CDU) Angela Merkel, speaks to supporters at CDU headquarter Konrad-Adenauer-Haus after initial results give the CDU 42% of votes cast in the Germany election on September 22, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)Beeld Getty Images
German Chancellor and leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Angela Merkel smiles as she receives flowers after first exit polls in the German general election (Bundestagswahl) at party headquarters in Berlin September 22, 2013.   REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS HEADSHOT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) Beeld REUTERS
German Chancellor and leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Angela Merkel smiles as she receives flowers after first exit polls in the German general election (Bundestagswahl) at party headquarters in Berlin September 22, 2013. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS HEADSHOT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)Beeld REUTERS
German Chancellor Angela Merkel smiles as she addresses supporters at the party headquarters in Berlin, Germany, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. An exit poll indicates that Merkel's conservatives have emerged by far the strongest force in Germany's election, though it's unclear whether her coalition partners will stay in parliament. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn) Beeld AP
German Chancellor Angela Merkel smiles as she addresses supporters at the party headquarters in Berlin, Germany, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. An exit poll indicates that Merkel's conservatives have emerged by far the strongest force in Germany's election, though it's unclear whether her coalition partners will stay in parliament. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)Beeld AP

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