Martin Schulz

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Martin Schulz (December 20, 1955, in Eschweiler) is German socialist politician and the current leader of the Social Democratic Party (SPD). He is a member of the Bundestag since 19 March 2017, and before that, he was one of the prominent figures in the European Union government. He ran for German Chancellor in 2017, but he led the SPD to its worst result in German post-World War II history.[1] Schulz is a Europhile who strongly supports a United States of Europe, further censorship of press,[2] and the European migrant crisis. He was the president of the European Parliament from 2012 until 2017.

In 2017, Schulz called for forming a United States of Europe by 2025.[3]

Schulz has been compared to the liberal socialist Bernie Sanders in the United States.[4]


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