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Germany’s Opposition Hails Quorum on ESM, Sueddeutsche Reports

June 26, 2012

Germany’s opposition parties welcomed a government decision to seek two-third majorities in votes on Europe’s fiscal compact and the permanent rescue fund ESM in both houses of parliament, Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported.

Both instruments will gain more legitimacy as a result, Renate Kuenast, who heads the parliamentary group for the Greens, was quoted as saying by the newspaper.

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