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The SPD's reform plans: We want to govern, but....

With the abolition of Hartz IV, the SPD is trying to play a substantive realignment. They adopted the Grand coalition? So, it does not want to Express the Enjoyed. Their loud But the Union can, however, sit up and take notice.

For years, the SPD, is at odds with the Schröder heritage: neo-liberal, inhumane, and not social-democratic work, were smart reforms of the last social-democratic Chancellor. Now the SPD has prescribed with the concept for a "social state 2025" a kind of content reboot. This provides, among other things, to replace Hartz IV by a new citizens money.

A step to the left and thus out of the coalition with the CDU? Thus, the SPD does not want to formulate General Secretary Lars klingbeil. "We want to govern," said Klingbeil, in the morning magazine of the ARD and the ZDF. "But we want to rule with ideas that are at the height of the time." The SPD will now "talking very seriously" with the Union over its decisions. "The Union has ideas about what should be different," added the SPD Secretary General.

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