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Tony Barber Jun 12
It’s time for political change in . Reforms are long overdue - via
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Antonia von Romatowski 6h
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Mark 🇪🇺 Jun 9
Replying to @reitschuster
Looking at projects like indeed its just convenience from this govern to continue more from the old polluting business as usual practises. Apparently they won't learn.
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Sam Wilkinson Jun 8
Replying to @EuropeElects
Looks like the SPD won’t be a exiting the coalition and allowing fresh elections anytime soon.
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David Stier Jun 7
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Olaf Wedekind Jun 10
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ECFR Jun 11
Yet another govt crisis has been avoided in — for now! Last week, 's joined & to discuss 's resignation and future of the
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Arthur Dent the 2nd 19h
Germany probably 2025... we are always late for RE technologies... But maybe it changes l, when splitts up and will get into charge...
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yourownbot Jun 9
Don't Enjoy your own !
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Latin EuroStates Jun 11
"this so-called political crisis >> an opportunity for change. the travails of clapped-out popular parties... there is new blood ready to energize the system. there will be a real and open debate from which compromises can be forged, rather than the chloroform of the ."👈👍
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Marc Jun 16
In 2050. Well that’s nothing. Thanks and /
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yourownbot Jun 9
Invent your own !
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Sam Wilkinson Jun 8
Replying to @EuropeElects
So the Grand Coalition will stagger on. Because neither CDU or SPD are ready for the voter backlash.
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Green Wave 🌻 Jun 8
Replying to @EuropeElects
Time for a GREEN chancellor break the
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Jahr 7 nach dem @NSAgov-Skandal | saveyourinternet Jun 15
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Europe Elects Jun 8
Germany: Today's Forsa poll keeps centre-left SPD (S&D) at 12%. It would be the worst election result for the party since 1887.
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Alberto Alemanno Jun 13
“Germany’s ruling 'grand coalition' of Christian Democrats and Social Democrats is a partnership empty of love and purpose," - Germany needs to experiment new arrangements including a Green-led coalition writes
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🏳️‍🌈⭐️Maria Herberg⭐️🏳️‍🌈 Jun 14
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Mark 🇪🇺 Jun 9
Replying to @robinalexander_ @welt
Sure they have some Russlandpolitik, its just Business as usual.
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François Heisbourg Jun 13
For French-German relations, a Green-CDU coalition would be a mixed blessing: easier on intervention, more difficult on nuclear, bad on exports but maybe not as bad as with . Biggest advantage: (dis)agreements would be clearly stated, unlike SPD, making compromise possible
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