German coalition talks and All indications areGermany will have a social democratic government.
The German Social Democratic Party (SPD), which won the federal parliamentary elections at the end of September, is likely to lead government formation talks with the Greens and the Free Democratic Liberal Party (FDP), most likely with the next German chancellor. , Olaf Schultz.
Outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its permanent ally, the Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU), are growing in popularity, fitting in with CDU chief Armin Laschet, and the SPD is growing.
Thus, when the SPD beats the CDU/CSU in the elections, the Greens and the FDP can fill Royal Job. The three-party alliance, i.e. the group of the Social Democratic Party, the Green Party and the Free Democratic Party, is otherwise called the Traffic Light Alliance.
The leaders of the SPD, the Green Party and the Free Democratic Party have already agreed to each other separately, but the joint tripartite talks on the formation of the government began only on Thursday. On Sunday, the SPD signaled its readiness for an alliance with the two smaller parties.
Armen Laschet submitted his resignation by starting a special conference of the CDU party to discuss the future of the party and its reorganization, he said. The CDU leader, Merkel’s successor, has seen his party’s historic defeat as a personal failure.