German Chancellor Angela Merkel and chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union party speaks to board members as she arrives at a party's board meeting in Berlin, Germany, Monday, April 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
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Germany's Social Democrats Tuesday raised the pressure on Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives to back proposals to reform the euro zone as agreed in their coalition deal.Conservative lawmakers are due to debate euro zone reforms on Tuesday before Macron visits Merkel in Berlin on Thursday.By floating the resolution ahead of Macron's working meeting with Merkel on Thursday, the conservative lawmakers are flexing their muscles, seeking to safeguard the Bundestag's ability to veto euro zone aid packages and restricting reform of the bloc.
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