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Minister of foreign Affairs of Germany in a new coalition government will be the leader of the Social democratic party of Germany (SPD) Martin Schulz. On Wednesday, February 7, according to the newspaper Bild, citing sources close to the negotiations.
According to the publication, the first mayor of Hamburg Olaf Scholz of the social Democrats will lead the Finance Ministry.
Previously, the CDU/CSU under the leadership of Chancellor Angela Merkel reached a compromise in the negotiations with the SPD on forming a coalition government. The social Democrats will also head the Ministry of labour, family Affairs, the environment and the Ministry of justice.
Christian democratic Union depart of the Ministry of economy, defence, education, health and agriculture. The leader of the Christian social Union, the Prime Minister of Bavaria Horst Seehofer will head the interior Ministry.
As the newspaper notes, the defense Minister from the CDU, Ursula von der Leyen, has repeatedly provided at the center of scandals, will remain in his position.
German elections to the Bundestag took place on 24 September 2017. Since Merkel first tried to agree on forming a government with the Free democratic party and “Green”, but it failed. Then the Chancellor turned to the social Democrats with the request once again to create a “Grand coalition”. The CDU/CSU and SPD was formed by her from 2005 to 2009 and from 2013 through 2017.
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