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Lamp negotiations – FDP Vice Kubicki: "Remain seated until we have a reasonable result"

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In 2017, the FDP broke off talks on a Jamaica coalition. It is better not to rule than wrong. According to the deputy federal chairman Kubicki, this will no longer happen.

The deputy FDP federal chairman Wolfgang Kubicki is convinced that a traffic light coalition will come about. It takes a lot of educational effort to come up with sensible solutions, said Kubicki on Sunday at a state party conference in Neum√ľnster, Schleswig-Holstein. “And I don’t mean the Social Democrats by that.”

But he could say with certainty that the Liberals would become coalition partners. “We’ll stay seated until we have a reasonable result.”

“Our republic is at a historic turning point,” said Kubicki. In addition to the end of Angela Merkel’s (CDU) chancellorship, this includes a first-ever alliance of the SPD, the Greens and the FDP at the federal level.

The negotiations are not about who gets which mold in the sandpit. The Liberals are the “common sense team” and it will stay that way. “We have a great opportunity to lead this country out of the twilight slumber of the Merkel era.”

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