Polling stations open for parliamentary elections in Germany

The Nation  |  Sep 26, 2021

Polling stations opened on 26 September 6 a.m. GMT (8 a.m. local time) in Germany for parliamentary elections.

Exit poll results will appear shortly after the polling stations are closed at 4 p.m. GMT (6 p.m. local time). Because of the coronavirus pandemic, voters need to have a medical mask in addition to an identity card.

Following the elections to the Bundestag, a new German government will be formed with a new chancellor at the head.

Public opinion polls do not expect any party to gain more than 30%. However, the Social Democratic Party of Germany may have better chance than other parties, the polls said.

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