In Germany, the government was called to resign
"Two-thirds of Germans believe that Scholz is not coping. This applies not only to Scholz, but to the entire traffic light government [the popular name of the ruling coalition]. There can only be one consequence of this: resignation and immediate early elections!", the party's message reads.
The party reacted with a corresponding reaction to a poll conducted by the Forsa Institute for the Study of Public Opinion, commissioned by the N-tv channel. According to his data, only 24 percent of respondents called German Chancellor Olaf Scholz a competent politician.