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Berlin. Already in the coming week, SPD, GREEN and FDP want to submit their design of a coalition contract. Thereafter, with SPD and FDP party days, in the Greens the members in original voting
is not it wonderful? They did not want to eat more at night. And the weekend should be the family. Children instead of coalition. Big traffic light word word. But on Tuesday, the negotiators of SPD, GREENS and FDP - Nocturnal workblocks wanted or from "to Ultimo" days, as FDP Secretary-General Volker Wissing expresses. On Wednesday they want to go through the night. Thorough work and summarize what 300 specialist politicians have written down in 22 working groups. On Thursday, turn your traffic light on corona pause. Then the Prime Ministers of the Countries with the Managing Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) advise on how they can come to a uniform line drastically increasing infected numbers. In addition, the Bundestag is to decide on the most recent law plans of the potential traffic light coalition partners on the same day, with which SPD, GREEN and FDP contacts want to restrict contacts.
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On Friday, it goes on with the traffic light talks - probably until late at night. "Thoroughness before speed," assures Greens federal managing director Michael Kellner. It is just a lot of work when three "very different parties" tried to put their ideas together with a common whole work.
and then, in a not detailed day of the coming week, the partners in PES actually want to be completed and present their draft coalition agreement. Maybe you have to go through the night, but for a "progress government, such as SPD Secretary General Lars Klingbeil, it would be worthwhile. Klingbeil, who is to be chosen to the CO Chairman of the SPD next to Saskia Esken, emphasizes again that the traffic light parties had waived "cheering pictures and balcony scenes", as they would have staged in 2017 CDU, CSU, FDP and green at their attempt to put a Jamaica coalition on the legs. Spd, Greens and FDP as a place for the final phase of traffic light negotiations have selected the state representation of Rhineland-Palatinate, where a traffic light coalition was tested and proven. The top representatives of the three parties continue to silence about content. "Nothing is united before not everything is set," that's what these days is badly stressed motto.
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In the end, you need the vote of the delegates of party events. According to the current state of the planning, both SPD and FDP want to get the approval of a coalition agreement for party days on the first December weekend. The Greens, in turn, have stated early on to question their now around 120,000 members in an online-based original mood. Then SPD, GREEN and FDP could then unlock their traffic lights in the waistband.
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