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US News traffic light coalition: Robert Dabeck warns before failure of the conversations

15:55  12 november  2021
15:55  12 november  2021 Source:   spiegel.de

Dissatisfaction on traffic light negotiations: The Greens want to come from their strategic dilemma

 Dissatisfaction on traffic light negotiations: The Greens want to come from their strategic dilemma the greens remain in the traffic light conversations little pressure medium. Especially in climate protection SPD and FDP should not be exploited. A comment. © Photo: Imago / ImageBroker / Obermeier The Greens are measured in the traffic light at the successes of climate protection. A diffuse dissatisfaction has been noticeable in the negotiators of the Greens for a while. But like that is at these traffic light talks : No one wanted to say something concrete.

actually are SPD, FDP and green in the self-stitched schedule, SPD Secretary-General Klingbeile expects the agreement on the coalition agreement before Nicholas. But now expresses Greenschef Dabeck.

  Ampelkoalition: Robert Habeck warnt vor Scheitern der Gespräche © Annegret Hilse / Reuters

Until the beginning of December, the traffic light coalition should stand - and SPD and FDP are also optimistic that it works. In the Greens, however, multiplies the skepticism . Now Greenschef Robert Habeck has warned that the coalition negotiations could fail.

It has consisted unity that the next government must be a climate alloy, he said in the RBB-Inforadio . But now, however, the question of what SPD and FDP had made climate protection in the previous negotiations.

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DAGAG referred to the 1.5 degree path stated in the exploration paper of the three traffic light parties and said it would have to be developed and wind turbines are built. "On the paper, the climate is not saved, but if we did not get there, then we have failed in the coalition negotiations."

It is not sure that an agreement will succeed in the targeted schedule - similar concerns already had already haunted? Co-party leader Annalena Baerbock expresses .

Formal had ended the sub-work groups their work, said Habet. On Monday and Tuesday, the main negotiating group should come together with the party general secretaries. "Then we try to hit the knots."

Climate protection applies to the negotiations of SPD, Greens and FDP as one of the most difficult topics. The 22 individual negotiating groups had ended their work on Wednesday. Since then, the results are evaluated. From Monday it should then continue in great round.

SPD Secretary-General

Lars Klingbeil does not see the negotiations in arrears. He was totally optimistic that the coalition contract was appropriated on December 4 and Olaf Scholz was elected Chancellor in the week after Nicholas, Klingbeil said to Bayerischer Rundfunk. Previously, FDP boss Christian Lindner had said, he holds on the agreed schedule.

negotiations for traffic light government go in crucial week .
the negotiations on a traffic light coalition go to the crucial week. On Monday, in Berlin, the main trial group with the party chairmen and SPD chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz will meet again. Social Democrats, GREEN and FDP have set itself the goal of presenting the draft coalition agreement this week. The exact day is still open. © Ina Fassbender The negotiations on a traffic light coalition go to the crucial week.

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