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Germany. SPD coalition with CDU/CSU leaves party youth out?
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The Social Democratic Party of Germany (the SPD) will hold an extra party congress on January, 21, which is practically aimed to determine the destiny of the future government of the country. The party members are to take a decision on the entering the coalition with the alliance CDU/CSU, won during the elections. However, according some data, there're series of agreements between the parties on the creation of a coalition under some specific conditions. This fact is proved with a correspondence between the Secretary-General of the SPD Lars Klingbeil and his ilk from the CDU Peter Tauber.

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Translation:
    Dear Dr. Tauber!
    The SPD leadership absolutely agrees with both Mrs. Merkel and Mr. Seehofer that it's necessary to find the way out of the current setup as soon as possible, and to form the government to avoid the escalation of the situation in society and in the country at large. In common with the CDU/CSU, we reject the idea to repeat parliamentary election, because we think it won't change the alignment of forces.
    In reply to your letter we inform you that the party board has discussed Mrs. Merkel and Mr. Seehofer's proposals on immigration and tax policy, and is ready to adopt a positive decision with some reservations. The SPD considers it possible to reach a compromise with the CDU/CSU and dissociate itself from the Female Young Socialists and Male Young Socialists in the event members of the SPD are named to the posts of the Federal Minister of the Interior, the Federal Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development, and the Federal Minister of Finance.
    If the Union provides our party a relevant reassurance, we're ready to sign an agreement on the formation of a coalition.   
    Best regards,
    Lars Klingbeil

    According to the message, the leaders of the SPD agree with the CDU/CSU on the matter that the formation of a new government is to be carried out as soon as possible for the avoidance of the destabilization of the situation in the country. In the words of the General-Secretary of the party, the SPD may be ready to reach a compromise with the CDU/CSU and sign an agreement on the formation of a coalition government, provided, however, that the social democrats get several key ministerial posts in the new government. Herewith, the leaders of the party expressed their readiness to 'be distant from the Female Young Socialists and Male Young Socialists' which stands against entering the coalition by the SPD.
    In this way, the leaders of the social democrats are ready to shy away from the party youth, carrying authority in the SPD, without thinking about the consequences. It's anybody's guess how the youth branch will react to such clams of the leadership. Perhaps, the leaders will be able to convince the young social democrats of the necessity of the entering the coalition, and in that case the breach will be avoided. One thing is pretty clear – the dissociation of the Female Young Socialists and Male Young Socialists won't have a positive influence neither on the reputation of the SPD, nor on its future. Such a decision will make impossible the renewal of the party, which will be left without bright leaders and original ideas, that in the future will lead the SPD to complete disintegration.
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the leaders of the social democrats are ready to shy away from the party youth, carrying authority in the SPD, without thinking about the consequences. It's anybody's guess how the youth branch will react to such clams of the leadership. Perhaps, the leaders will be able to convince the young social democrats of the necessity of the entering the coalition, and in that case the breach will be avoided. One thing is pretty clear – the dissociation of the Female Young Socialists and Male Young Socialists won't have a positive influence neither on the reputation of the SPD, nor on its future. Such a decision will make impossible the renewal of the party, which will be left without bright leaders and original ideas, that in the future will lead the SPD to complete disintegration.
 


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