The major sticking points in Germany’s coalition talks

Edited by walterp on . Posted in Politics

One day after the Social Democrats (SPD) held their party conference in Bonn, its parliamentary party convened in Berlin to reflect on the previous day’s close vote in favor of coalition talks. Only 56 percent of the delegates in the former German capital opted for formal coalition talks with the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU). The SPD isn’t exactly euphoric about the prospect of a new coalition government.

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