FDP bodies agree to coalition negotiations

(GermanPolicy.com) – The federal executive board and the parliamentary group of the FDP have unanimously voted in favor of coalition negotiations with the SPD and the Greens. According to media reports, FDP chairman Christian Lindner had previously emphasized the basic values ​​of freedom and self-determination. These are not negotiable for the FDP. Lindner said. Therefore, the liberals could not join a government that would raise taxes or disregard the debt brake anchored in the Basic Law. One of Lindner’s predecessors, Gerhardt, appealed to decrease bureaucracy and make the social system “weatherproof.”

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