Social Democrats, Greens and Free Democrats have proposed several progressive steps in their new coalition agreement. However, many environmental activists have fears that the deal will not take place, German agency DW reported on November 25.
The three parties to form Germany’s next government presented their program, Greater Progress, in Berlin, aiming to demonstrate a departure from the era
and acting as an alliance for freedom, justice and sustainability.
A key deal appears to have been struck between two junior coalition partners: the Greens and the neo-liberal Free Democrats (FDP). While environmentalists were able to achieve the goal of halting Germany’s coal industry by 2030, the JSDP gained its own hands on the second-most important agency in the country: the party leader Christian Lindner intend …https://mailbd.net/