The heads of the SPD, the Greens and the Free Democratic Party are recommending that party committees begin coalition negotiations to form a joint federal government in Germany.
Reuters learned this Friday from a party representative who was informed of the status of the exploratory talks.
Consultations have already begun
The Green and FDP committees have already begun deliberations on Friday on previous findings of explorations about a possible traffic light alliance with the SPD. In the morning, the expanded expedition team of 24 people met from the Greens and then the party council, as the German news agency learned from the party circles. The decision must be made by a small party conference. At lunchtime, the FDP Federal Executive Committee was informed of the results of the talks. The parliamentary group of the Free Democratic Party was already involved.
At lunchtime, negotiators from the SPD, the Greens and the FDP want to announce the results of their potentially crucial exploratory talks. The parties are invited to make a statement at about 1 pm. They met early in the morning at the Berlin Exhibition Center to assess their negotiations so far.
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