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Germany’s conservatives hail welfare reform compromise

By DW
27 November 2022   |   10:29 am
Lawmakers from the CDU/CSU bloc say they are ready to approve an amended version of the ruling coalition's "Bürgergeld." The new benefits scheme for the unemployed was initially blocked by conservative parties.

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