German election 2021 debate: Who won as left-wing Scholz took on conservative attacks

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    Mr Scholz declined to rule out coalition talks with far-left party Die Linke, saying that “an acknowledgement of transatlantic relations, Nato and the European Union are necessary for a good government”.

    Mr Laschet, in turn, did not rule out the possibility that his party could continue to serve in a coalition with the SPD, but with senior and junior roles reversed in the case of a Scholz victory.

    Ms Baerbock also declined to rule out holding coalition talks between the SPD, the Greens and Die Linke.

    She said Die Linke was “of course a democratic party” that did not represent as extreme positions as the far-right Alternative für Deutschland on the other end of the political spectrum.



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