Germany in political limbo after Social Democrats’ narrow win • FRANCE 24 English

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#Germany is headed for weeks, if not months, of protracted coalition haggling as Chancellor Angela #Merkel’s conservatives insisted Monday on trying to form a government even after losing to the Social Democrats in a tight race. Germany’s Social Democrats, who narrowly won Sunday’s national #election, said on Tuesday (September 28) they hoped to talk to the #Greens and Free Democrats later this week about forming a three-way government.

#SPD #Scholz

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