Sunday, October 24

PODCAST: Basic Guide to Following Elections in Germany



This Sunday is the elections in Germany and you should care. Merkel is leaving and the left can win. The European aid that reaches Spain or the common immigration policy depend in part on these elections. We summarize the basic keys so that you can follow the election day on Sunday, with the participation of Icíar Guitérrez, our International editor who covers these elections.

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elDiario.es has released a daily podcast this week to explain the news to you. Led by Juanlu Sánchez and with the help of the best journalists from the elDiario.es newsroom and other guests, we will stop from Monday to Friday on an issue: it can be a complex story, a substantive debate or a simple story that is worthwhile. . A sound pill to accompany you at breakfast, on the way to work, during the lunch break or before going to sleep.

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In this blog you can see the content of ‘Al día’, the daily newsletter of eldiario.es with the analysis of the most important news to be informed, the keys to avoid noise and a selection of the best of the Internet. With Juanlu Sánchez, deputy director of eldiario.es, and the contributions of the entire editorial team.

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