Germany watches as political parties begin post-vote coalition talks

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Members of Germany’s main political parties kept their cards close to their chests on Sunday after the first flurry of exploratory talks to see which parties will be part of the next governing coalition, which will have to include three of them. Despite the fact that the Social Democrats (SPD) won the largest vote share, either it or the conservative bloc fronted by the Christian Democrats (CDU) could lead a coalition with the support of the environmentalist Greens and the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP). The meetings come a week after an election that saw the SPD emerge victorious and the C…

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