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Germania. Csu. Mr Seehofer potrebbe essere sostituito da Mr Söder.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2017-12-01.

Söder Markus

In Germania è in corso una Notte dei Lunghi Coltelli che potrebbe a breve diventare la Notte di San Bartolomeo. Se non di peggio.

Lo sberleffo fatto dal ministro dell’Agricoltura Christian Schmidt, che ha impegnato nell’Unione Europea la Germania sulla questione dei pesticidi senza consultare né la Bundeskanzlerin né l’Spd, ancora formalmente al governo, ha gettato fiumi di kerosene sul fuoco.

Ma questo non è tutto.

La Csu conta le perdite: -10 punti percentuali, e l’anno prossimo va alle elezioni.

Le prospezioni indicherebbero una débâcle.

Adesso è in rivolta e lunedì voterà la sfiducia ad Herr Seehofer.

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«Angela Merkel faces fresh trouble in bid to form German coalition, after split in Bavarian sister party»

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«Mrs Merkel is already facing a frosty start to the negotiations, with the SPD furious after a senior minister in her caretaker government gave German approval for a controversial EU decision without consulting cabinet colleagues»

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«Mr Seehofer has gone from being an outspoken critic of Mrs Merkel’s refugee policy to one of her firmest allies in recent weeks»

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«Markus Söder, the man most likely to supplant him, is considerably more lukewarm in his support for the chancellor»

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«A group of prominent MPs in the Bavarian regional parliament are seeking to topple Mr Seehofer as Bavarian prime minister, and replace him with Mr Söder.»

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«The rebel MPs want to force a vote on the issue on Monday. While it would not be binding, defeat for Mr Seehofer could force him to resign»

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«The chancellor’s loss of authority is clear and harms trust and cooperation within the government»

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Riassumendo, oltre alla testa di Frau Merkel, inizia ad avere il torcicollo anche quella di Herr Seehofer, che lunedì andrà incontro ad una mozione di sfiducia.

Potrebbe succedergli Herr Söder.

«Throughout the European migrant crisis, Söder has sharply criticized the migrant policies of Angela Merkel several times. He warned of a “huge security gap” that remained, because the whereabouts of hundred thousands of migrants was still unclear and he strongly doubted that the integration of so many people could succeed.

In Söder’s view, the Germans didn’t want a multicultural society.

Refugees should return to their home countries whenever possible. The dictum “Wir schaffen das” (“We make it”) of Chancellor Merkel was “not the right signal”, instead he suggested “Wir haben verstanden” (“We have understood”).» [Die Welt]

«Wir haben verstanden»

Abbiamo capito.

Sinceramente, ne dubitiamo.

L’unica cosa che vediamo attoniti è una situazione chaotica, apparentemente senza via di soluzione, né per la Germania né per l’Unione Europea.


The Telegraph. 2017-12-01. Angela Merkel faces fresh trouble in bid to form German coalition, after split in Bavarian sister party

Angela Merkel was presented with a fresh complication in her efforts to put together a coalition government in Germany on Wednesday as a power struggle broke out for control of her Bavarian sister party.

Horst Seehofer, who has been one of Mrs Merkel’s strongest allies in coalition talks, is facing an attempted coup by rivals within the Christian Social Union (CSU).

Mrs Merkel is set for crucial talks  in Berlin on Thursday with Martin Schulz, the leader of the rival Social Democrats (SPD), as she tries to negotiate a new coalition.

Mr Seehofer will also be at the talks, hosted by President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, but his authority to negotiate on behalf of his party will be damaged by events in Munich.

Mrs Merkel is already facing a frosty start to the negotiations, with the SPD furious after a senior minister in her caretaker government gave German approval for a controversial EU decision without consulting cabinet colleagues.

Some form of deal with the SPD is Mrs Merkel’s last chance to avoid new elections after talks with smaller parties collapsed earlier this month.

But she will also need the continued support of her Bavarian allies if she is to command a majority in parliament.

Mr Seehofer has gone from being an outspoken critic of Mrs Merkel’s refugee policy to one of her firmest allies in recent weeks.

Markus Söder, the man most likely to supplant him, is considerably more lukewarm in his support for the chancellor.

A group of prominent MPs in the Bavarian regional parliament are seeking to topple Mr Seehofer as Bavarian prime minister, and replace him with Mr Söder.

While Mr Seehofer might be able to retain overall leadership of the party, it would be only as a weak figurehead.

The rebel MPs want to force a vote on the issue on Monday. While it would not be binding, defeat for Mr Seehofer could force him to resign.

Mr Söder was playing his cards close to his chest yesterday/WED. “We have a vote next week. Let’s see how it turns out,” he said.

Meanwhile Mrs Merkel faces a difficult start to talks with the SPD after Christian Schmidt, her agriculture minister, okayed an EU decision to approve a controversial pesticide without submitting it to the cabinet.

Mrs Merkel’s former coalition with the SPD is currently still in office as a caretaker government, and many in the party are incensed their ministers were not consulted. Ralf Stegner, an SPD deputy leader, described it as a “clear breach of trust”.

Mrs Merkel has said she knew nothing of Mr Schmidt’s decision in advance. She has censured him but stopped short of firing him.

“The chancellor’s loss of authority is clear and harms trust and cooperation within the government,” Carsten Schneider, a senior SPD MP said. “This sort of chaos is totally unacceptable in the EU’s biggest country.”

Many in the SPD are now demanding the party extracts a heavy price for any deal to keep Mrs Merkel in power.

The party remains undecided whether it is ready to consider a new coalition, or will only offer to prop up a minority government from outside.

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