Germany's Angela Merkel Gets Fourth Term After Social Democrats Approve Coalition

Two-thirds of voters from Germany's center-left Social Democrats endorsed a new deal to form a coalition government with the center-right Christian Democrats of Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Acting chairman of the Social Democrats (SPD) Olaf Scholz announced that party members backed forming a new coalition government with Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats. Source: Sean Gallup

Members of Germany's center-left Social Democrats (SPD) have endorsed a deal to form a governing coalition with the party of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, paving the way for Merkel

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