Sunday, September 17th, 2017 | World News

Eight days before the Bundestag election, the SPD chancellor candidate, Martin Schulz, accuses Chancellor Angela Merkel of indirectly "promoting political disengagement".

The Chancellor has "raised the discussion about the system," Schulz said in an interview with "This sleeping policy, which she thinks she uses, is not beneficial to our democracy."

"Merkel denies debate about the future of the country"
Asked if he had made a mistake in the election campaign, Schulz said: "I'm very critical about my own mistakes, I do not think we've made big mistakes so far." At the same time he said: "Perhaps I should have discussed earlier that Angela Merkel refuses to debate the future of the country."

  Despite the bad ratings, Schulz is fighting hard. "The opinion polls do not decide, but the people," said the SPD chancellor candidate. "If 50 percent of voters have not yet decided, then everything is possible."

Schulz remains combative
The SPD had crashed to 20 percent in Infratest dimap's current ARD Germany trend, its weakest since January. A survey of the research group elections on Friday sees the Social Democrats at 23 percent.

 Schulz said in the interview that he did not just look at the polls. The rapid rise of his popularity at the beginning of the year had just as little taken him out of the way as the polls now made "depressed". His program was based on a policy of social justice, respect and international stability through a strong Europe. "And I am quite sure that in the final phase of the election campaign, we will be able to experience the people."

The complete interview with SPD chancellor candidate Martin Schulz will be published on on Monday.


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