The Hesse Greens have accepted the offer of the CDU for the inclusion of coalition negotiations. “We would like to thank you for the invitation to the recording of coalition negotiations,” – said in a statement the two Chairman of the party, Angela thorn, and Kai Klose. The national Board of Directors of the Greens, have accepted the invitation unanimously, – stated in it.
It’s good that it can go in the state of Hesse with the negotiations, “a stable and reliable government,” added the two Chairman of the Hessian Green. “In the joint successful work of the past five years, in which Hesse has become more ecological, more just and more diverse, we see a good and solid basis for cooperation in the legislature.”
Nearly three weeks after the state election, the Hessian CDU had invited the Green on Friday evening to the coalition discussions. “We want to start next week with the negotiations,” said Prime Minister Volker Bouffier after a meeting of the land Executive of the CDU in Wiesbaden, Germany. The cooperation with the Greens in the past five years is a good basis for a stable government for the next parliamentary term. A continuation of the black-green government to confirm the will of the Voters.
Good experiences with the Green
The apprentice-vote majority in the Hessian Parliament requires of all Involved a maximum of discipline, added Bouffier: “We have the expectation and also the experience that will work with the Green well.” His goal was, until the constituent session of the new Parliament on 18 may. To January 2019 results from the talks.
The CDU has in the new Parliament of 40 seats, the greens and the SPD, respectively, 29 mandates. The AfD, with 19 Seats, the liberals with eleven mandates, and the Left with nine Seats to follow.
Due to breakdowns during the counting of the election of 28. October had been up to the last, in particular, it is unclear whether the tight edge of the Green would have prior to the SPD inventory. With the announcement of the official final result of the state election on Friday, the majority in the new Parliament are not moved, however.