Martin Schulz

Greeks are ‘Nazis,’ ‘fascists,’ ‘barbarians’

As far as Recep Tayyip Erdogan is concerned, it's not just German Chancellor Angela Merkel who's a Nazi; so is Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. And while French President Emmanuel Macron is "brain dead" and all Europeans are "fascists," Greeks are "barbarians." Once more, the Turkish president has gone too far, making vulgar accusations and comparisons to Nazi atrocities.

Martin Schulz Withdrew from the Leadership of the German Social Democrats

Social Democratic Party leader Martin Schulz announced his resignation, DPA reported. Shortly after, the party's leadership announced that it supported the chairman of the SPD parliamentary group Andrea Nahles for the post. Her candidacy will be voted on by party members on April 22.

German Coalition Negotiators still Seeking Deal After All-Night Talks

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and the Social Democrats (SPD) negotiated through the night into Wednesday in a marathon final push to nail down a new coalition agreement, according to Reuters. 

Negotiators from the two blocs remained locked in talks at the headquarters of Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU), where they began meeting at 10 a.m. (0900 GMT) on Tuesday.

German Lawmakers Reach Breakthrough in Talks to Form a New Government

Coalition party leaders in Germany have reached a breakthrough in talks to form a new government, according to multiple reports.

Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel entered into talks with a rival party earlier this week in a last-ditch effort to form a coalition government. This after months of political uncertainty and deadlock in the euro zone's largest economy.

German SPD Leader Says Still 'Big Hurdles' to Clear in Coalition Talks

German Social Democrat (SPD) leader Martin Schulz said on Thursday his party had found common ground with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives in many areas but there were still "big hurdles" to clear before they could agree to join a governing coalition, writes Reuters. 

German Social Democrat Schulz called for United States of Europe

United States of Europe until 2025 and strong integration within the European Union (EU), said Martin Schulz, who was re-elected as leader of the German Social Democrats on Thursday. According to him, if one of the member countries refuses to join and refuses to accept the new conditions and standards for the protection of civil society, it has to leave the EU.