BERLIN (Reuters) - The leader of Germany's centre-left Social Democrats said on Friday he expects the European Union to have a finance minister to oversee financial issues in the bloc.
The remarks by Martin Schulz to German broadcaster ZDF came hours after his party agreed a blueprint for negotiations with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives on forming a coalition government.
"The paper is a turnaround for European politics," Schulz said, referring to a pledge made by the parties to work closely with French President Emmanuel Macron on his ambitious EU reform proposals. "There will be a European finance minister."
(Reporting by Gernot Heller; writing by Joseph Nasr, editing by Thomas Escritt)
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