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Seehofer alla Merkel. Se mi destituisci, allora crisi di governo.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-06-22.

Merkel muss weg

Herr Seehofer ha parlato senza troppi peli sulla lingua.

Carissima Frau Merkel, se mi destituisci da Ministro degli Interni, faccio immediatamente cadere il governo.

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«Horst Seehofer has warned Angela Merkel against firing him as interior minister»

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«If she’s unhappy with his work, Seehofer said Merkel should dissolve her governing grand coalition»

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«German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer warned Chancellor Angela Merkel against dismissing him for a possible lone wolf approach to immigration»

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«Seehofer reportedly told Merkel that he would use a “ministerial authorization” to institute his plan alone if a compromise was not found»

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«the CSU was “damaging Germany’s ability to act within the EU.”»

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«I am the leader of the CSU, one of the three coalition parties, and act with the full support of my party. If the chancellery is not satisfied with the interior minister’s work, then the coalition should end»

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Siamo chiari.

Se sicuramente Frau Merkel è ancora la Bundeskanzlerin della Repubblica Federale Tedesca, la sua autorità ed il suo potere sono limitati come mai era avvenuto nella storia della Germania.

Molti deputati della Cdu la stanno contestando apertamente, il partito fratello della Csu semplicemente la odia, in parlamento AfD non perde occasione per coprirla di biacca, Confindustria la osteggia apertamente ed elenca i nomi dei possibili successori, in Europa val meno di un mozzicone di sigaretta, e la sua  autorevolezza a livello mondiale ben si è vista in sede del G7.

Frau Merkel: vattene.


Deutsche Welle. 2018-06-22. Horst Seehofer warns Angela Merkel against dismissing him amid migration spat

Horst Seehofer has warned Angela Merkel against firing him as interior minister. If she’s unhappy with his work, Seehofer said Merkel should dissolve her governing grand coalition.

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German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer warned Chancellor Angela Merkel against dismissing him for a possible lone wolf approach to immigration.

Seehofer said in an interview with the Passauer Neue Presse newspaper on Friday that it would be the first time “looking after and taking care of the security and order of the country is the reason given for firing a minister.”

Merkel and Seehofer are currently arguing over Germany’s migration policy. As part of a still unpublished “migration master plan,” Seehofer called for rejecting asylum-seekers at the German border if they have registered in another EU state or have been refused asylum in Germany in the past. Merkel has rejected the suggestions, insisting instead a Europe-wide solution to migration.

During a parliamentary meeting at the German Bundestag last week, Seehofer reportedly told Merkel that he would use a “ministerial authorization” to institute his plan alone if a compromise was not found.

Call for caution

Merkel is keen not to rile other EU member states by taking unilateral action on migration ahead of a meeting of some EU leaders on Sunday and a larger EU summit next week.

EU Budget Commissioner Günther Oettinger has also called on Seehofer not to go it alone with regard to refugee policy.

“That would mean that a new, significant stage of escalation would be reached that would call [Merkel’s conservative bloc] into question,” he said in comments carried by the daily Handelsblatt on Friday. He added that the CSU was “damaging Germany’s ability to act within the EU.”

The EU needed a stable German government, especially in view of the fact that stability was no longer guaranteed in other member states, Oettinger said.

‘Backed by my party’

But Seehofer seems prepared for his stance to possibly lead to the end of Germany’s coalition government.

He said his Christian Social Union (CSU), the Bavarian sister party to Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU), backed his position on migration, adding that Merkel might as well dissolve the government rather than fire him.

“I hear from many people day to day: ‘Stay firm. Don’t give in!’ It’s about credibility,” Seehofer said, adding that support from his party is “more important than any office.”

“I am the leader of the CSU, one of the three coalition parties, and act with the full support of my party. If the chancellery is not satisfied with the interior minister’s work, then the coalition should end,” he said.

Bavarians are set to vote in state elections in October, and the CSU is facing competition on the political right from Germany’s far-right populist Alternative for Germany (AfD).

“The CSU is fighting for its beliefs,” Seehofer said. “That is more important than positions.”

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