Reactions to the CSU: Robert Habeck sees CSU in cul-de-sac

Where does the union fight? CDU-European politician Elmar Brok believes in a good end, the Greens are open to coalition talks.

Reactions to the CSU: Robert Habeck sees CSU in cul-de-sac

Is grand coalition breaking up on asylum dispute? So far everything seems possible. Politicians from CDU, SPD and Greens evaluate situation quite differently. Green-ChefRobert Habeck does not exclude entry of his party into a new coalition, black-red should now fail: "We are always ready to take responsibility when it sichlohnt," he says in ZDF morning magazine. Wher re is a question of trust DerKanzlerin is not to be said at moment. Ausschließenkönne such a thing "in se crazy times" but not. The support of one of Merkelgeführten minority government is according to Habeck for Greens "keinattraktives offer".

In meantime, Greens-faktions chief Anton Hofreiter calls on CSU chairman Horst Seehofer to resign. He has "gambled and can no longer be taken seriously," he says spark Media group. "He who is so careless and selfish with his responsibility for country can no longer exercise his minister responsibly."

The parliamentary director of SPD Bundestag group, Carsten Schneider, also showed himself "somewhat appalled at spectacle that is playing." The CSU is in favour of an "authoritarian closed state model" while CDU is still in favour of an "open, democratic and integrated into world", he says. "This is a heavy burden for democracy in Germany." The CSU is only an ally for SPD if it remains cosmopolitan and pro-European, Schneider said. But that is currently open.

Brok remains optimistic

CDU MEP Elmar Brok still sees ways of averting an end to government coalition. "There are many margins to prevent break," he said in German radio. He believes that in end reason returns. The original position of federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) in dispute over rejection of refugees at border, however, is not questionable after Brok's words as a basis for understanding. This would also lead to a coalition break, because SPD does not carry position of Seehofer.

Union Bundestag group vice-president Carsten Linnemann (CDU) appealed to Angela Merkel and Horst Seehofer to approach each or. "This is democracy, and both must move," he says at ZDF. He had to come to a joint parliamentary group meeting of CDU and CSU in short term. It's not about people, not even about parties, it's about country.

The former Minister of Interior and Bundestag vice-President Hans-Peter Friedrich (CSU) believes that Merkel is "consciously accepting resignation of Seehofer". The CSU chief had made several compromise proposals to Chancellor, making all rejected, says Friedrich in German radio.

Date Of Update: 02 July 2018, 12:02

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