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Germany's Social Democrats party board approves Merkel coalition deal

IndiaTimes Friday, 12 January 2018
The draft programme, outlining policy goals during Merkel's fourth term, must now be approved by 600 SPD delegates at a party congress on January 21 and then by the party's more than 400,000 rank and file members.
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