Merkels three trembling polls in January said 60percent of Germans thought it was a private matter.

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 Merkels three trembling polls in January said 60percent of Germans thought it was a private matter.


On July 10, 2019, German Chancellor Angela Merkel met with Finnish Chancellor Anti Linne in Berlin. Her body trembled again. Visual Chinese Data

What is the physical condition of German Chancellor Angela Merkel?

During her public meeting with the Prime Minister of Finland on July 10, Merkel experienced her third tremor in a month, which has become a concern for Germany as a whole. On July 11, when Merkel met with the Danish Prime Minister, they simply chose to sit on a stool at the formal ceremony. German media disclosed that this was a request of the German government.

According to Politico, a political news website, on July 14, although Merkel has consulted doctors and been tested on medical matters, the government has yet to publish the results or provide any further details. Commenting on the report, Merkel is trying to play down these incidents by insisting that her health is very good, but it only heightens German concerns and the publics right to know more about her condition has become a hot topic.

According to the latest survey by Civey, a German public opinion research institute, quoted by Russian Satellite News Agency on July 13, more than 59% of the respondents thought the Prime Ministers health was a private matter and 35.4% strongly advocated Merkels right not to disclose her health. 33.8% of the respondents believed that it was necessary for them to inform the public about their health. The poll, conducted from July 11 to 12, collected responses from 4,495 registered voters in Germany. After her third tremor on October 10, Merkel told the media, I think its acceptable to say that Im doing well. These things will fade away as quickly as it happens. The 65-year-old Merkel, known as the Iron Lady in German politics, has been re-elected three times since she was elected Prime Minister in 2005 and has led the German government for 14 years. Source: Peng Mei News Author: A Responsible Editor of Nanbo: Su Hongyong_NBJ9980

According to the latest survey by Civey, a German public opinion research institute, quoted by Russian Satellite News Agency on July 13, more than 59% of the respondents thought the Prime Ministers health was a private matter and 35.4% strongly advocated Merkels right not to disclose her health. 33.8% of the respondents believed that it was necessary for them to inform the public about their health. The poll, conducted from July 11 to 12, collected responses from 4,495 registered voters in Germany.

After her third tremor on October 10, Merkel told the media, I think its acceptable to say that Im doing well. These things will fade away as quickly as it happens.

The 65-year-old Merkel, known as the Iron Lady in German politics, has been re-elected three times since she was elected Prime Minister in 2005 and has led the German government for 14 years.