Germany: CDU voices satisfaction after SPD agree to enter talks

The Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party voiced their satisfaction Sunday that the Social Democrat Party (SPD) voted to join government coalition talks in Berlin. Speaking outside their headquarters in the capital, CDU member and Saxony Minister President Michael Kretschmer said: «The result of the SPD is an approval but it is also clearly showing the disunity of the SPD.” He then advised the... Еще SPD to «take a look onto France, as from the SPD side President Macron is seen as a role model and a moderniser, he is getting rid of those things where the goal demands it.» The SPD vote took place on Sunday during an extraordinary party conference in Bonn. Some 362 out of 645 delegates voted in favour of coalition talks with Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc. The decision is expected to bring Germany a step closer to forming a new government.

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