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SPD Secures Enough Votes On Coalition Deal To Ensure Its Validity

By DMO Affiliate
More than one in three members of Germany's center-left Social Democrats (SPD) has already voted on a proposed coalition deal with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives, ensuring the internal party referendum will be valid. After a month of talks with the SPD, the two camps clinched a coalition agreement that includes a 185-page policy blueprint for a new government. Almost 200,000 members had submitted their postal ballot by Friday lunch time, according to a letter by SPD General Secretary Andrea Nahles seen by Reuters on Friday, easily beating the participation rate needed to make the vote count.
SPD Secures Enough Votes On Coalition Deal To Ensure Its Validity




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