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Coalition problems smoothed

A power struggle within the ruling coalition over political appointments to state companies has ended with three parties uniting against the demands of the Christian Democrats to have more influence at the SE energy utility.

At a December 17 meeting of the coalition council, a senior government body, the Christian Democrats accepted the setback with “regret”, but vowed the dispute would not affect the future working of the cabinet.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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