Germany after the elections

Identity 10/24/2017
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On October 18, Vontobel in Munich hosted a discussion about the future of Germany after the election. In this exclusive Vontobel interviews, Christian Lindner (FDP) and Prof. Julian Nida-Rümelin speak to Prof. Sigmund Gottlieb about shaping political change.

Find out how Christian Lindner (FDP) wants to implement the mandate of the electorate. © Video: Vontobel/Media TV Angres 2017.


Christian Lindner
is the Chairman of Germany’s Free Democratic Party (FDP) and is regarded as a rising star in German politics.

  

Prof. Julian Nida-Rümelin on the ability to gain people’s trust. © Video: Vontobel/Media TV Angres 2017.


Prof. Julian Nida-Rümelin
was Minister of Culture in the Schröder government. Alongside Jürgen Habermas and Peter Sloterdijk, he is one of the most renowned philosophers in Germany, occupying a chair for philosophy at the Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich.

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