SPD members should think twice before vetoing Germany’s grand coalition

Ragnar Weilandt

London School of Economics. EUROPP – European Politics and Policy (online). Feb 2018 [Link]


The leadership of Germany’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) should have spent the last few weeks celebrating. Securing several key posts in Germany’s next government, including the finance ministry, was more than they could have hoped for after the party’s worst election result in post-war history. Its negotiation team seemed to have played its bad cards well. [Continue reading through the link above]

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