Deutschland in dem wir gut und gerne leben" behind
Germany experienced a golden age before the Covid crisis, never before have Germans experienced that kind of prosperity and peace, despite facing several severe crisis. And while I can't see the future, it seems that Germany has dealt with the pandemic better than any other mayor European country.
With a robust and stable democracy?
Definetely yes to that one. The two populist parties are polling together with less than 20%, that is really good compared to pretty much any other large country.
happen that a swamp of corruption and nepotism in her own party developed.
This is hardly a fair accusation unless it turns out that Merkel was specifically warned about the activities of those MEPs (many of whom belonged to the CSU, and thus a different party). What we know is some individuals have abused the system, but there is no evidence that there is a systemic problem within the CDU, let alone one that Merkel is responsible for.
Not the best and most skilled
That is something that can be levelled against more or less any politician and it is also not entirely true. Merkel has appointed several competent ministers who often critical of her like Seehoher and Schäuble. Von der Leyen was by all accounts a competent defense minister who inherited a dysfunctional ministry, and just how much culpalbility she has for the vaccine disaster remains to be seen. The different demands from the member states certainly played a large part in it.
You want really more of the same?
Sure, if it means having a competent, respected chancellor who can be trusted with knowing the details and being a tough negotiator. Germans may now be tired of her, but I suspect many will miss her once the next crisis strikes.