The Greens and the Free Democratic Party (FDP) held their second meeting this Friday to examine their options for the future formation of a new government, the next stage of which will be two contacts with the Social Democratic Party (SPD) and the Christian Union Democrat ( CDU).
In the parliamentary elections on Sunday, the Greens received 14.8 percent of the vote, the FDP 11.5 percent. It depends on both of them whether the SPD or the CDU will lead the next government, possibly in the first group of three at federal level.
Ecologists and liberals have started meeting, with an initial meeting on Tuesday and another on Friday. The two formations have confirmed that they will meet the two big games separately in the next few days in order to break down more definite paths.
According to the Deutschlandtrend survey published on Friday, 51 percent of Germans are in favor of a traffic light coalition, i.e. with the SPD. Only 18 percent counted on a “Jamaica” coalition, as the alliance with the conservative bloc would be called.
The top candidate of the CDU and CSU, Armin Laschet, has not resigned for the time being to try to form a government. However, two out of three people believe he should step down right away.