The leader of the social Democrats of Germany Schulz resigned

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Schultz resigned in the hope to reduce the level of criticism of the Social democratic party due to the adoption of the coalition agreement with the conservatives.

Leader of the Social democratic party of Germany (SPD) Martin Schulz announced his resignation, according to Reuters.
The politician resigned in the hope to reduce the level of criticism of the SPD due to the adoption of the coalition agreement with the conservatives led by Angela Merkel.
Authorized the Chairman of the social Democrats, will become Deputy Schultz the mayor of Hamburg Olaf Scholz. It should become Finance Minister in the new government.
The social Democrats have already decided on a likely successor to Schultz. It could be former Minister of labor and social Affairs Andrea Nales. It is already recommended as a "long-term heir to Schulz".

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