Germany’s Scholz says to seek coalition with Greens, FDP • FRANCE 24 English

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Olaf #Scholz, the chancellor candidate for #Germany’s Social Democrats (#SPD), said on Monday he had a mandate to lead the next government after a narrow election victory, saying he would seek to form a #coalition with the Greens and Free Democrats. Applauded at his party’s headquarters in Berlin and presented with a bunch of red and white flowers, Scholz said voters had told Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives it was time to go into opposition after 16 years in power.

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