The SPD will soon explore options with the Greens and the FDP

(GermanPolicy.com) – The Social Democrats will explore this weekend with both the Greens and the FDP in view of a ‘traffic light coalition’ (SPD, Greens, FDP), after the two still-opposition parties having spoken in preliminary probes last Tuesday. While the leader of the Greens parliamentary group in the Bundestag favors a traffic light coalition, Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn (CDU) considers a coalition of his party with the Greens and FDP to be feasible. With a so-called Jamaica coalition, there is the possibility of strengthening the middle class and solving the conflict issue of migration, Spahn emphasized.

The SPD leader Norbert Walter-Borjans would like to have talks with the Greens and the FDP soon: “We as the SPD don’t want to rush anything, but we also don’t want to waste time unnecessarily.” He respected the preliminary explorations, but maintained that it was clear that the SPD would determine the formation of the government.

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