We are approaching three weeks now....since the state election results were determined in Rhineland-Pfalz. As of yet....no coalition government has formed.
Presently, there's an effort to have the winner (the SPD) form with the Greens, and the FDP. And there's still some hope of a 'grand' coalition between the SPD and the 2nd place winner....the CDU.
In the case of the FDP angle to this.....with a bare minimum 6.2-percent win....they have a fairly good hand at this table and could demand a number of things. With the Greens also in this mix (5.3-percent)....an equal hand.
No matter how the SPD plays out this 'poker' game.....they will have to marginalize their goals and accept a coalition government which might not make the majority of SPD voters happy. This is one of the weak points of the multi-party system.
Results? No one in the news media says much. There might be an agreement by early next week.....it might be four weeks away.