Germany and Europe cannot afford political gridlock
Recent talks to form a new German government have surprisingly ended in a failure. In the face of major upheavals and challenges, political parties that are not fundamentally different need to find a solution quickly, says Alexander Freund.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks on at a CDU/CSU parliamentary group meeting at the Bundestag in Berlin, Germany, November 20, 2017. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt
Nobody in Germany and Europe really understands why attempts to form a new government in Germany have actually failed. After weeks of preliminary coalition negotiations, the center-right, pro-business Free Democratic Party (FDP) surprisingly walked out of the talks.
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