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Claudia Roth sees Jamaica's coalition very skeptical

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There are increasingly critical voices against a possible Jamaican coalition in Confederation. The long-standing Green Party chairman Claudia Roth sees CSU as a major obstacle to formation of a Jamaica coalition. "Do you really believe that we Greens let us into an alliance in which a partner thinks that only wall can be on right of him," says Roth in a conversation with time. "How is this going to happen with a CSU who now wants to close ir 'right flank'?"

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In opinion of politician, CSU is "a pastoral party that is concerned about its sole dominion in Bavaria. Her mistake was to copy AfD positions. This is only way to help original. "The point was now to" make a clear denial of democratic enemies on right. "

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A Jamaican coalition could only be "with a real policy change," says Roth. "Wher possible exploratory talks lead to success is, however, amply uncertain."

nKretschmann expresses confidence – Trittin could slow down

More confident than his party colleague, Roth, Baden-Württemberg's Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann showed possible coalition negotiations between CDU / CSU, FDP and Greens. He belongs to 14-member commission, which is to explore opportunities for Jamaica in Berlin. "We will lead talks constructively, so that re will be coalition negotiations." He admits: "Those who are difficult is self-speaking."

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According to 2016 Landtag election in Baden-Württemberg, talks between Greens and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) over a common alliance were also becoming difficult. Too much had two parties fought in election campaign, positions seemed to be about in education policy apart. But here, too, Greens and CDU had no choice but to get toger. At end of protracted coalition negotiations, CDU and Greens said in unison: "We have not been looking for, but found."

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At federal level, Kretschmann's second start is to be a member of a government with participation of Union and Greens. In 2013 re were already exploratory talks for a black-green federal government. The Greens were waving. Ultimately, it was left wing, which did not want to support such an alliance. At time, Jürgen Trittin, who had long been regarded as an opponent of Oberrealo Kretschmann, was green-top candidate. Today, Trittin is no longer party. But he is also to be part of exploratory group in Berlin.

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A number of young party members of Greens have also expressed critical views on a Jamaican coalition at federal level. The Green Youth fears that ir party could sell cheaply.

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"To be available for exploratory negotiations is right, but a government participation must not be an automatism," say Marcel Roth and Lena Christin Schwelling, State President of Green Youth in Baden-Württemberg. "We do not conceal fact that as a green youth, we still lack imagination, as is to be implemented in a government with CDU, FDP and CSU."

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After parliamentary elections in Schleswig-Holstein in March of this year, Green Youth, which expressed critical tones, was at beginning of coalition negotiations between CDU, FDP and Greens. According to CSU, Malte Krüger from Green Party of Schleswig-Holstein expressed his skeptical opinion: "In an alliance at federal level, path for Greens would be much wider than in Schleswig-Holstein." between Greens and Free Democratic Party (FDP), before coalition agreement was concluded in June.

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Prime Minister Daniel Günr (CDU) also appears to be a possible limiting factor in coalition negotiations. He warned sister party not to disturb formation of a Jamaica coalition with FDP and Greens with too hard positions. With a view to plague of CSU on an upper limit for refugee reception, Günr said on Wednesday in German radio: "I find it also a bit unfortunate that discussion is now reduced to it again."

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He pointed out that CDU, which rejects ceiling, had done better than CSU in many regions during Bundestag election.

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He thus responded to statements such as new CSU country group chairman Alexander Dobrindt, who had announced a tough attitude of CSU after heavy losses on Sunday. Günr warned that CDU and CSU would harm mselves if y did not move with a joint position in Green Party and FDP trials. It is important that coalition partners should be given "clear points", said CDU politician, who heads Jamaica coalition in Schleswig-Holstein.

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