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September 25, 2005



The likelihood of a grand coalition between Red and Black seems all the more promising, especially now that Gerhard Schroeder has practically signed his name to such an idea.

The sticking point remains over who will be Chancellor, and the CDU / CSU refuse to enter into negotiations until Schroeder or Muenterfering finally concede defeat in this area too, and allow that Merkel might take the reins.

Meanwhile all are waiting for the last district in Dresden to vote on October 2, which will hardly make a big difference, but might give Merkel the extra seats she needs to set her demand for the highest elected job in concrete.


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