Test for Germany's new leader
Daily Express|December 09, 2021
GERMANY’S parliament has elected Olaf Scholz as the country’s ninth post-war chancellor, opening a new era for the European Union’s most populous nation after Angela Merkel’s 16-year tenure.
Geir Moulson

Mr Scholz’s government takes office with high hopes of modernising Germany and combating climate change. But it faces the immediate challenge of handling the country’s toughest phase yet of the Covid pandemic.

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