The Chairman of the social Democrat party of Germany Martin Schulz, after 8 hours of deliberations with his fellow party members expressed their willingness to start negotiations with the bloc of CDU and CSU regarding the possible formation of the government. About it reports Radio Freedom.

It is noted that the meeting-Walter Steinmeier, Martin Schulz, Angela Merkel and Horst Seehofer will be held on November 30.

During a speech to reporters Schultz stated that any developments on the agreement will be put to a vote all members of the party and will enter into force only if it is approved.

Schulz also said that the negotiations will probably continue for several weeks.

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20 November 2017, it was reported that gone in opposition to Angela Merkel and her party CDU/CSU German social Democrats are not ready for entry into the German government.

The Chancellor stated that the formation of a minority government and believes new parliamentary elections more acceptable option.

About his transition to the opposition SPD said immediately after the elections to the Bundestag, which took place in September 2017. Then the social Democrats under the leadership of Martin Schulz showed the worst result in the postwar era, having received only 20.5% of the vote.

First about the failure of negotiations on the creation of a new coalition on the night of November 20 was announced by the leader of the Free democratic party Christian Lindner, previously mess in the scandal with the Crimea.

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The failure of the coalition in Germany: Martin Schulz agreed to negotiate 25.11.2017

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