German-Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister in danger of being replaced.
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Berlin : Germany | May 06, 2012 at 9:44 PM PDT
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Some politicians of the Liberal Democratic Party of Germany (FDP) are plotting to replace the German-Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Philipp Roesler on the position of party chairman, according to Der Spiegel.

Capital formation FDP coalition government with the Christian Democrats (CDU) of Chancellor Angela Merkel and Mr. Philipp Roesler served as Deputy Prime Minister of the German economy.

Hamburg newspaper source from a leading member of the FDP anonymity said the leader of the party group of MPs in parliament, Rainer Bruederle Roesler will replace this year because politicians do not have enough range of Vietnamese origin leads FDP leadership in the next federal election.

Meanwhile, the CDU and FDP coalition failed in state elections in Schleswig-Holstein day 6.5. CDU won only 30.6% while the FDP gained 8.3% of the votes, not enough for them to continue in the northeastern state authorities.

Still, the opposition of Social Democrats (29.9%) and the Greens (13.6%) could not attract enough support to form the state government.

This leads to the ability to form an "alliance" between the CDU and Social Democrats, which many people believe will happen in the federal election in September or November 10.2013.

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 German-Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister in danger of being replaced.
Mr. Philipp Roesler and Angela Merkel - Photo: AFP
Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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