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Scholz backs end to EU veto, seeks ‘gradual transition to majority voting’

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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Monday said he supported ending vetoes for European Union countries in the areas of foreign policy and taxation to speed up joint decision-making.

As new members joined the European Union, Scholz said he “proposed a gradual transition to majority voting in common foreign policy, but also in other areas, such as tax policy”.

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