German elites prepare Russian hacking claim in case elections don’t go their way – ex-MI5 officer

People cast their votes on election day in Berlin, Germany September 24, 2017 © Stefanie Loos / ReutersThe German national character is risk-averse: stability, prosperity and security tend to be the things Germans would vote for. And if Merkel is perceived to deliver them, she will remain in power, says former MI5 intelligence officer Annie Machon.TrendsGerman parliamentary election 2017While Germans are casting their votes for members of parliament, who will occupy at least 598 seats in the Bundestag for the next four years, Chancellor Angela Merkel and her ruling Christian Democrat/Christian Social Union alliance are favored to win the German parliamentary elections.RT spoke to former UK intelligence officer Machon to discuss this issue.

Source: German elites prepare Russian hacking claim in case elections don’t go their way – ex-MI5 officer — RT News

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