After the failure of negotiations on coalition creation “Jamaica” (so named because of the colors collectively parties) in Germany, perhaps a “Grand coalition” will be resumed. As Reuters writes, the German Christian Democrats led by Chancellor Angela Merkel, have started consultations with the social Democrats.

Previously, the SPD had announced the departure to the opposition, but now agree to talks with the CDU/CSU to preserve stability in the political circles of Germany and avoiding early parliamentary elections.

As transfers local Agency Deutsche Welle this week, in discussions, in addition to Merkel and President of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier, will be attended by the leader of the SPD, Martin Schulz and Chairman of the CSU Horst Seehofer.

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20 Nov 2017 Free democratic party of Germany has unilaterally declared that out of the negotiations on the establishment of “Jamaica” and goes to the opposition to Angela Merkel than have invoked sharp criticism from the CDU/CSU and the Union-90/Green. The Chancellor stated that the formation of a minority government and believes new parliamentary elections more acceptable option.

On the morning of 25 November, the Chairman of the SPD, Martin Schulz, after eight hours of discussions with members of the same party expressed readiness to start negotiations with the CDU/CSU for the possible formation of a government.

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