Germany’s SPD, FDP and Greens Agree To A Coalition Deal To Make Olaf Scholz Chancellor


DW: Germany’s SPD, FDP and Greens unveil governing coalition deal 

Germany’s Social Democrats, Greens and Free Democrats have concluded coalition talks, the parties say. This means the country will likely have a new government well before Christmas. 

The three parties planning to form a government in Germany announced at a press conference Wednesday in Berlin that they have finalized a deal on a governing coalition. 

The deal comes after 21 representatives of the three parties — the center-left Social Democrats (SPD), the environmentalist Greens and the business-focused Free Democrats (FDP) — met for the concluding negotiations earlier in the day.  

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WNU Editor: The new coalition is promising a progressive agenda …. Germany: Post-Merkel coalition promises progressive agenda (DW). This is who is in the new cabinet …. Petrolhead, novelist, trampolinist for post-Merkel cabinet (France 24). 


More News On Germany’s New Coalition Government  

German parties reach deal for government to end Merkel era — AP  

Germany’s Scholz seals deal to end Merkel era — BBC  

German parties agree coalition deal to make Olaf Scholz chancellor — The Guardian  

Germany: Parties agree deal to form government that will end Angela Merkel era — SKY News  

Germany set for new government that will end Merkel’s rule — NBC 

Reactions to the German Government Coalition Agreement — Reuters

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