Three months after the state election, the SPD in Thuringia approved the coalition agreement of the planned red-red-green minority government. At an extraordinary state party conference in Erfurt, a large majority of party members voted for the paper.
"Yes, it will be incredibly difficult," said SPD head of state Wolfgang Tiefensee. "But we
don't want to lose the right to design. "Within red-red-green
there is a "fair coexistence". The SPD federal chairman Norbert Walter-Borjans also campaigned for participation in Germany in this
Form so far unique government project. "It is right to do that
make the SPD must make it clear that it is needed.
Walter-Borjans also sees the parliament strengthened. "Every MP has a huge weight," he said.
As the next partner of the future minority government, the Greens want this Saturday at a state delegate conference in Apolda about the red-red-green coalition Agreement vote. The Left Party, in turn, is still questioning its basis on that until February 1st
negotiated paper. On February 3rd, the
Party then announce the result of the member survey.
In their government program, the three parties agreed, among other things, on an investment program for
Municipalities, more school social workers, a mobility guarantee for the
People in rural areas and a third non-contributory year. Thuringia will continue to have balanced households and reduce debt.
In early February, Bodo Ramelow wants to stand for re-election in the state parliament. The concrete one
The date has not yet been fixed. At last she had AFD announced one
want to send your own candidate into the race.
In her government work is red-red-green
on the support of CDU and FDP instructed. The alliance only has 42 out of 90 seats in the state parliament and therefore has too few votes for its own majority. The CDU and FDP reject formal tolerance of the minority government, but want to hold "project-oriented talks" with the Libyan Party, the Greens and the SPD.