In Baden-Wuerttemberg state, Grmany, Chancellor Angela Merkel's Conservative
party has been defeated in regional elections after a long 60 years.Anti-nuclear
sentiment has been mobilised there recently as a result of Japanese nuclear crisis
and as Ms Merkel gave a deaf year to it and did indirectly oppose it, people retaliated.
Though She abruptly shut down 7 out of 17 nuclear plants right after the disaster
in Japan and put on ice plans to extend the use of atomic energy by 12 years from
2022, voters and analysts described as a brainwash.
Many people oppose Merkel's policies on nuclear power and military action in Libya.
Meanwhile, protesters also opposed government's decision over 4 billion-euro
Stuttgart 21 project to move the city's station underground to cut journey times across
Europe. Polls show that , the Greens and Social Democrats (SPD) were set to win
48.3 percent, eclipsing the Christian Democrats. Last month Merkel's
conservatives were ousted in in a state election and lost control of North
Rhine-Westphalia, Germany's most populous state.
This is the beginning of the end for Merkel's career and her future can be easily