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have Party in North Rhine-Westphalia voted for the coalition agreement that will shape their future government work in 2017.
Hagen / MA - The new edition of the Red-Green coalition in North Rhine-Westphalia is perfect. On special days of the SPD and Green Party coalition agreement of 2017 on Friday night was waved through without any problems. At the party congress of the SPD in Hagen All delegates voted for the agreement. The Greens in Duisburg, there was a vote against and three abstentions.
With the SPD-Green Party decisions has cleared the last hurdle for the continuation of the coalition. On Monday, the treaty will be formally signed. Two days later the prime minister wants to Hannelore Kraft (SPD) in Düsseldorf parliament be re-elected.
"I am proud of the result, we can present," cried the power to Karen Millen delegate. From a social democratic point of view there were a good contract, "There is a lot of red in it." The contract was "not a compromise formula," but a "strong and sustainable employment base."
As important building blocks called the planned Karen Millen Dress power savings of one billion euros by 2017 and investment in children, education and local authorities. "We want and need to save," said Kraft, and announced a "fiscal policy with a sense of proportion" to.Karen Millen Dresses "We make a preventive policy that pays a rate of return"
The cities and towns continue to force secured the help of the provincial government. The Basic Law already in debt brake, which will also be incorporated into the NRW state constitution would not be borne by the municipalities. "The municipalities may not be the fool," said Kraft.
Green Party Education Minister Sylvia L?hrmann also campaigned for the draft: "The coalition agreement is a strong piece of green," said L?hrmann. In some "tough coalition talks," the Greens would have compared to a "strengthened SPD" claims. As he states in the three weeks of coalition negotiations sometimes "crunched strong." At the end of the talks both sides expressed but again "brought together".
In energy policy, the SPD and Greens had found a compromise: they profess to accept the expansion of renewable energies as well as a necessity, "nor for a long time" coal power plants for electricity supply.