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US News Germany: Second meeting between Greens and FDP for a coalition with three

19:10  01 october  2021
19:10  01 october  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

LOOKING COALITIAL POSSITIONS: GREEN and FDP First want to speak to each other

 LOOKING COALITIAL POSSITIONS: GREEN and FDP First want to speak to each other The chairmen of Greens and FDP have signed interest, first of talks with SPD or Union, first of all meetings for government cooperation. FDP boss Christian Lindner said on Sunday evening in the "Berliner Round" of ARD and ZDF, Greens and FDP should "first talk to each other, where there could be a common reason." © Fabian Strauch, Martina Goyert Annalena Baerbock (Green), Christian Lindner (FDP) Green Chancellor Candidate Annalena Baerbock was basically open to talks with the FDP.

Germany-Politics: Germany: second meeting between Greens and FDP for a coalition with three

ALLEMAGNE: DEUXIÈME RENCONTRE ENTRE VERTS ET FDP © Reuters / Annegret Hilse Germany: Second meeting Between Greens and FDP

Berlin (Reuters) - The Greens and Liberal Democrats of the FDP met Friday for the second time since Sunday's legislative elections in Germany to seek points of agreement allowing the formation of a coalition Tripartite government with Either the Social Democrats of the SPD, arriving shortly, the cu-csu conservative block.

To obtain a majority in the Bundestag, the Low House of the German Parliament, the SPD and the CUD-CSU have each needed the support of both the FDP and the Greens, two formations that everything opposes a priori.

ARD- "GermanyTrend": majority for Scholz as Federal Chancellor and traffic light coalition

 ARD- The majority of the federal citizens: Inside, Olaf Scholz wants to be the next Chancellor and prefers a traffic light coalition from SPD, Greens and FDP - this results in a lightning survey for the ARD - "Germany trend".

"The process started today in a good atmosphere, but is not over," said the president of the FDP, Christian Lindner. He added that the two parties, considered as the "kings makers" at the end of Sunday's elections, tried to find the areas on which compromises are possible.

Christian Lindner, who spoke alongside the leaders of the Greens, Annalya Baerbock and Robert Habeck, added: "We have built a culture of dialogue with others that makes a possible discussion possible."

Robert Habeck said the FDP and the Greens then meet each separately the SPD and the Conservatives. "We will see what kind of dynamics will happen in the coming days, or even the weeks to come," he added.

The content of the discussions between the two parties will remain confidential before meetings with the SPD and the Conservatives, said Robert Habeck.

The Greens are favorable to a pact with the Liberals and SPD, while the FDP would prefer a three-to-cSU alliance, a so-called "Jamaica" coalition because of the colors associated with these different formations.

"Jamaica has a chance," said Markus Blume, Secretary General of the CSU, the Allied Party of the CDU.

A survey conducted by Forschungsgruppe Wahlen for the ZDF channel shows that 59% of respondents are in favor of an SPD-Verts-FDP alliance, while 76% of respondents say that Olaf Scholz, leader of the Social Democrats, becomes the next Chancellor.

(written by Paul Carrel, French version Claude CHEndJOU, edited by Bertrand Boucey)

Sounds to the traffic light alliance: Red-green-yellow expectation manager .
On a failure of the calls of SPD, Greens and FDP, the public would hardly be prepared - that is why the three parties rather betray where there are conflicts. © Kay Nietfeld / DPA The General Secretaries of FDP, SPD and Greens are in agreement on the desire to penetrate out as little as possible about the exploration talks outward.

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