The German Greens overwhelmingly approved the document that emerged from exploratory talks with the SPD and liberals and gave the green light to negotiations for the so-called "traffic light" government.
Shortly before, the leader of the German Greens Robert Habeck had urged the delegates gathered at the party congress to vote in favor of "a government of progress".
"We will be the engine of a great transformation task," he said.
"And the Greens can go from defensive to attack".
"We have arrived at a time of hope. And this hope must not be disappointed by the party that for the second time is in a position to join a government. It is really happening: we are writing a piece of green history", he said. pressed.
Habeck stressed that we are in an era of "great crises";
in the face of "galloping global warming" and the challenge of digitalisation, politics must ensure that crises do not turn into catastrophes.