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The coalition negotiations with the SPD, Greens and FDP have begun. Climate activists are now putting pressure on the parties. All developments in the news ticker.

The coalition negotiations with the SPD, Greens and FDP have begun.

Climate activists are now putting pressure on the parties.

All developments in the news ticker.

  • The traffic light coalition negotiations started on Thursday (October 21).

  • The new government made up of the SPD, Greens and FDP should be in place by the beginning of December.

  • Meanwhile, there is criticism of the parties' climate policy.

    Luisa Neubauer puts the pressure on.

  • This news ticker is continuously updated.

Berlin - The traffic light coalition of the SPD, the Greens and the FDP are pushing the gas pedal in finding a government.

The coalition talks began a few days ago, and the results should be available by the end of November before the first traffic light coalition at federal level should be a done deal at the beginning of December.

Traffic light coalition: climate activists put pressure on party trio

Shortly after the coalition talks began, the pressure on the negotiators increased to provide answers to pressing social questions.

Climate protection activists in particular are demanding that the future federal government put the fight against climate change at the center of the political agenda.

Almost four weeks after the federal election *, thousands demonstrated in Berlin on Friday for more ambitions in terms of climate protection.

There were blockades in front of the party headquarters of the SPD and the Greens.

Activist Luisa Neubauer warned the traffic light negotiators to keep their promises in terms of climate protection.

"And when we stand here now and say: 'Dear government, dear coalition partners: inside, 1.5 degrees', then we mean it, it is not up for negotiation, we do not do things by halves," said Neubauer in front of the SPD Headquarters.

The 25-year-old had already put pressure on the SPD, Greens and FDP in the days before.

Video: Climate strike: This is what the demonstrators hope for from the coalition negotiations

Traffic light coalition: Merkel sees change of government calmly

Meanwhile, Chancellor Angela Merkel * has also spoken out about the possible new government. The CDU politician, who will probably miss a record because of the pace of the traffic light coalition *, is relaxed about the change of power in the Chancellery. "I know what we have achieved in the governments that I have led," said Merkel, looking back on her 16 years in government, of the

Süddeutsche Zeitung

. The fact that in the future, Olaf Scholz *, another Social Democrat, should sit in the Chancellery does not cause her any sleepless nights. There will be political differences, that goes without saying, she said. "But I can sleep peacefully."

Merkel does not share the concerns that a traffic light coalition * led by social democrats could run into too much debt.

"With Mr. Scholz, I didn't always get the impression that the money was loose," added Merkel.

The 67-year-old can look back on the current coalition negotiations.

We are summarizing all developments regarding the talks for you in this news ticker.

(as / dpa / afp) * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

Source: merkur

All news articles on 2021-10-23

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