ROUNDUP: Traffic light parties want to present coalition agreement

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The German flag in front of the Bundestag.

BERLIN (dpa-AFX) – The SPD, Greens and FDP want to present their coalition agreement for a joint federal government on Wednesday. The three parties unanimously invited to a press conference at 3 p.m. in Berlin. A good eight weeks after the federal election, details of the cooperation that have so far been treated confidentially between the parties should become public.

Today, Wednesday, the main round of negotiations of the three parties will hold their final session. Afterwards, the chairmen of the three parties and candidate for Chancellor Olaf Scholz will present the coalition agreement negotiated over the past few weeks.

The coalition negotiations began on October 21, after the three traffic light parties had previously laid the foundation stone for them in explorations. They were led in a main negotiating group made up of six high-ranking representatives from each party and in 22 working groups. In these, the politicians of the parties negotiated the details of the coalition agreement.

A coalition agreement must be approved by party congresses for the SPD and FDP and a member survey for the Greens. The previous Finance Minister Olaf Scholz (SPD) is to be elected Chancellor in the Bundestag during St. Nicholas Week. After 16 years, the era of Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), who did not run again in the federal elections on September 26th, ends.


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