Sport after the traffic light probing: Green decide on recording coalition negotiations
Who's in charge ?: the Politics coalitions should not be the basis to decide
The election is decided now are the deputies in parliament on train. Why a veto for party committees and party members is incorrect. A comment © Photo: imago images / Shotshop Who will lift the thumb or lower in coalition negotiations? forming a government in multi-party system is a bit like square dancing. Figures, positions and dance partners are constantly changing. Today, traffic lights, tomorrow Jamaica.
The probing of SPD, Greens and FDP are through. Now the step towards coalition negotiations. At the same time there is a first personal debate.
The probings are over, now. On this Sunday, the Greens want to deal with the inclusion of coalition negotiations on a small party congress.
According to the Party Press Office, 99 delegates are entitled to vote at the Council of the Council. How many delegates will actually participate in the vote will not be announced on Sunday. The FDP leadership wants to be the question of coalition negotiations on Monday.
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of the green politician Jürgen Trittin defended The waiver of some positions in the probing paper: "The way for the FDP into the traffic light coalition is another than for us," he said the "picture on Sunday". "The delegates know that there are no tax cuts for better earners, but a minimum wage for 10 million people and child foundation. Greens have prevailed. On the other hand, there is no stronger burden on top earners. Since the FDP has prevailed. That's what it is - a decent compromise, "says Trittin. FDP boss Christian Lindner said the newspaper, on the other hand, "In the probing paper, many concerns of the FDP are included."
Possible traffic light coalition: Green youth warns about too much compromise readiness
The green youth makes pressure on your party tip. "The 1.5-degree destination must be the basis for everything the government decides," says Spokesman Georg short. A Jamaikacoalition does not come in question. © Kay Nietfeld / Picture Alliance / DPA The Federal Speaker of the Green Youth, Georg Short, has warned about many concessions in view of a possible traffic light coalition with SPD and FDP. "The 1.5 degree goal must be the basis for everything the government decides," he said the editori
The SPD had already voted on Friday unanimously for the inclusion of coalition negotiations. The co-chairman Norbert Walter-Borjans spoke against a membership decision on the coalition agreement. "There must be an appropriate participation of the members, for example online. Current and cost of a classic member survey would hardly be represented in the face of the overwhelming approval in the SPD, "he said the" picture on Sunday ".FDP sees Lindner as Minister of Finance
First discrepancies could soon occur in personnel issues. Leadinghave spoken out the weekend for their party feet Christian Lindner as Federal Finance Minister of a possible future traffic light coalition in Berlin. For example, the Deputy Chairman Wolfgang Kubicki made clear on Saturday that he holds Lindner for the ideal candidate.
Baden-Württemberg's Green Finance Minister Danyal Bayaz has recruited to his party colleagues and Greens party leader Robert Dabeck as Federal Finance Minister. Nobody can imagine better in this office, Bayaz wrote on Saturday at Twitter. About the departmental distribution should only be spoken in the coalition negotiations. (dpa)
German parties aim to have new chancellor in early December .
BERLIN (AP) — The three parties that hope to form Germany's new government said Thursday they aim to have the country's next chancellor in place in early December, but acknowledged that they face a complex task. The center-left Social Democrats, environmentalist Greens and pro-business Free Democrats opened formal coalition talks following a preliminary deal last week, which set out their priorities but left many open questions. If the negotiations succeed, the new government will send outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel's center-right Union bloc into opposition after 16 years at the helm.