The last result is repeated in both ranges.
The Christian Social Union in Bavaria and its sister party, the Christian Democratic Union in Hesse, received the largest number of votes in the local legislative elections (Landtag) held on Sunday in the two German states, according to the first data released after the polls closed, based on exit polls. ).
According to polls conducted by the two national public service television stations (ARD, ZDF), the CSU, which operates only in Bavaria, collected between 36.5 and 37% of the votes, which is slightly weaker compared to the 37.2% achieved in the last elections in In 2018. All other parties received results well below 20 percent.
In Hesse, the CDU won 34.5% to 35.5%, a much stronger percentage than the 27% five years ago. Other parties in this governorate also achieved results well below 20 percent. In our image Boris RyanThe provincial chief minister is happy with the victory.
The coalition parties that make up the federal government — the Social Democrats, Greens and Liberals — weakened as expected, and the opposition AfD party gained strength in both provinces, according to the MTI report.