After weeks of government crisis, decision in asylum dispute of Union parties is expected this Sunday. Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) and Interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) were looking for a solution in a two-way conversation on Saturday night. After two hours, interior minister left chancellor's office at 22.30 pm; Nothing has been known about results. On Sunday afternoon, top bodies of CDU and CSU want to discuss separate meetings in Berlin and Munich. It is still not ruled out that black-red federal government is only a good 100 days after its launch in Union's internal dispute.
The Young Union (JU), Joint junior organization of both sister parties, warned of a split. "Our appeal to CDU and CSU: we are a union. We Belong toger. For our country ", it says in a call that Ju-Deutschlandrat in Erfurt decided. The decision was unanimously dropped, with delegates from Bavaria, it was said. The Bavarian Ju is considered particularly Merkel-critical.Merkel praises results of EU summit
The CDU leadership stood demonstratively behind its chairman. After Volker Bouffier, two or deputies strengned her back. Armin Flapt, Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, told Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung that EU summit had achieved a "better result than we could have expected a few days ago". And: "The CSU has achieved a great deal. I hope that national single gears are now off table. "
Thomas Strobl (CDU), Minister of Interior of Baden-Württemberg, said newspaper that EU's increased contribution to issue of border on borders should be followed quickly by action. "Until external borders are sufficiently protected, it will also need stronger police controls at internal borders." He also alluded to veil, which is to be reinforced according to chancellor's will, as it emerges from her written explanation of summit results for coalition leaders.Date Of Update: 01 July 2018, 12:02