the interior Minister of Germany and Chairman of the Bavarian Christian social Union (CSU) Horst Seehofer said that he was tired to negotiate with Chancellor Angela Merkel, with whom he divergent views on the problem of illegal migration. It is reported TASS with reference to the Welt am Sonntag newspaper on Sunday, June 17.
“I can’t work with this woman,” at least twice said Seehofer during the meeting, members of the Cabinet from CSU with the head of the land group of the CSU in the Bundestag Aleksander Dorrington. The workshop took place on 14 June.
Between the CSU and the Christian democratic Union (CDU) Angela Merkel sparked the conflict on the issue of combating illegal migration, said TASS. The Chancellor is promoting pan-European solutions to this problem, however, the Bavarian CSU and the head of the interior Ministry insist that undocumented migrants or already rejected for asylum in Germany were deployed on the German border.
Differences between close parties constituting the largest political bloc of Germany, according to the Agency, threatening to cause a government crisis.
June 15, the Twitter account reportedly belonging to the television and radio of Hessen Hessischer Rundfunk, announced the split of the CDU/CSU. It soon appeared that the news was fake and the account.
the same day, the Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz urged new anti-immigrant axis Vienna — Berlin — Rome to conduct a more assertive policy on the borders of the European Union. He stressed that a significant group of States in the European Union today shares the position of the vein. Austria became the EU presidency for the next six months.