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The parties took new steps this week to form a government in Germany after the September elections.

The Social Democratic Party (SPD), the winner of the elections, the Green Party and the Liberal Democratic Party (FDP) have said they will start preliminary negotiations on Thursday, 7 in order to try to form a coalition.

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Ten days after the elections, talks accelerate in Germany to avoid the months of paralysis registered after the 2017 elections, when discussions seemed endless. On that occasion, the conservative Angela Merkel (who leaves office after nearly 16 years) ended up forging a new coalition with the SPD’s Social Democratic rivals.

The goal this time is to reach a deal faster. Third most voted, the Green Party announced this Wednesday, 6, the desire to deepen the dialogue with the SPD and the FDP.