The German christian democratic party CDU has the coalition agreement with the Bavarian zusterpartij CSU and the social democratic SPD approved. It is in the christian democratic camp, the green light for a new ‘grand coalition’ in Germany.
At the party conference in Berlin voted in favour of the delegates Monday with a large majority for the agreement. Only 27 of the approximately 1,000 delegates voted against it. Earlier also voted the CSU.
At the congress, the former minister-president of Saarland, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer to new secretary-general of the party elected. The 55-year-old politician was 785 of the 794 valid votes.
Chairs(s)of the party’s deputy chancellor Angela Merkel. She is all of eighteen years and is in her seventh secretary-general. It is a crucial job within the party.
Last night we made Merkel the names known from the christian democratic ministers in the next government. The most notable name is that of Jens Spahn, the current secretary of state for Finance, on Health. He comes from the right wing of the party and has always been very sharp for the migration policy of the chancellor.
Ball in camp SPD
Now are the cards for a new black-red coalition in the camp of the SPD-members. The result of their vote is Sunday published.
After the parliamentary elections of september negotiated the CDU/CSU first with the liberals and the Greens. But that collapsed, with the result that there are still talks with the SPD came.
As a result, the formation of a new government as much as delayed.