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Date: January 31, 2023 Time: 05:41:35

In his speech, Scholz seemed to signal that Germany would have to change its way of life, as the country could no longer depend on Russian gas or believe that peace in Europe would be permanent, he said. Germany needed to increase its energy potential and start investing in its military.

However, ten months have passed and the courage and determination expressed in the Zeitenwende (A New Era) speech has all but faded, the author claimed, adding that in 2022, the complacency of the German elite was on display so that everyone see it. .

As a result, the German government did nothing good either for itself or for the country, and the authorities failed to set out on a new path, and the country is, in fact, in a serious economic crisis. In May, longtime exporter Germany faced its first trade deficit in more than 30 years. In November, inflation hit a record 10 percent. GDP growth in 2022 will be only 1.6 percent. In 2023, the situation will get worse: the economy is expected to contract by 0.6 percent, more than in any other eurozone country.

The current government is doing neither itself nor Germany any favours. Scholz’s government behaves in the same way as his predecessors. The Chancellor himself continues to reject nuclear energy. And he continues to pose for climate change as he restarts coal-fired power plants. “It is not surprising that by the end of the year the approval ratings for Scholz and his administration reached new record levels,” concluded Beppler-Shpal. In a poll conducted in early December, 63 percent of respondents said they were dissatisfied with the German government’s performance. Other polls have shown that if elections were held today, the Scholz government would lose its parliamentary majority.

Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.

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