Caption: Michael Broning is Head of the International Policy Department of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, a political foundation affiliated with the Social Democratic Party of Germany
The criticism came after Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble labelled the Social Democratic Party of Germany
's (SPD) proposals for wider social spending on housing and public services to complement the integration of migrants as "pitiful."
a meeting with members of the Social Democratic Party of Germany
of the German
This "exception" was however backed by both Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU), and its coalition partners from the Social Democratic Party of Germany
In Germany, the new citizenship law became possible when the coalition government of the Social Democratic Party of Germany
and the Green Party possessed hegemonic power with new multiculturalist/ assimilationist, rather than mono-ethnic, discourses.
OThe severity shown by the police is completely disproportionate and is leading to a spreading of the protests,O Martin Schulz, head of the European Parliament and a leading member of Social Democratic Party of Germany
said in a statement.
The event was initiated by Bishkek Liberal Club and financed by Friedrich Ebert Foundation, a German political foundation established in 1925 and associated with the Social Democratic Party of Germany
(SPD), yet independent of it.
Such parties include the Labour Party of Great Britain and the Social Democratic Party of Germany
, and dominate Scandinavia.
Shaikh Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, received today Rolf Hempelmann MdB, Member of the German Bundestag (the lower house of the bicameral German federal parliament) Committee on Economics and Technology and Chairman of the Working Group on Energy of the Social Democratic Party of Germany
(SPD) Parliamentary Group.
ANKARA, Nov 2, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish State Minister & Chief Negotiator for EU talks Egemen Bagis met with Sigmar Gabriel, chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Germany
(SDP), in Ankara on Tuesday.
He traces the first reference to the phrase in a speech by Wilhelm Liebknecht, a founder of the Social Democratic Party of Germany
, in 1896.
In 2006, Kurt Beck - chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Germany
(SPD) - proposed the establishment of integrated European forces that should lead to a European Security and Defence Union in the long run.