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Annalena Baerbock: The green party’s candidate to succeed chancellor Angela Merkel

Annalena Baerbock has been named the Green party’s first ever chancellor candidate, emphasizing at a press conference on Monday the unanimity with which she and co-leader Robert Habeck had made the decision, and the clarity of their purpose, first formulated at a party conference three years ago.

Baerbock would be the youngest chancellor in the history of the Federal Republic. She has a background in politics and international law and has been co-leader of Germany’s Greens since 2018. Both Baerbock and her co-leader Robert Habeck have regularly come under fire for their poor grasp of complex issues in interviews.

Their critics have branded them as high on opinions and low on facts. While Habeck has previously served as a state minister, Baerbock has no experience of government. Germany has a dark history, especially concerning God’s people.

Therefore we cannot be ignorant of the policies in the nation, when we hear the name green party and all that it represents, we remember the green horse, as taught by the man of Rev Dr. Chris Oyakhilome. It is therefore important that the Church in Germany be vigilant and pray against anti-Christ movements creeping their way into society.

Sisanda Mpiti.

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