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The Bavarian Christian social Union (CSU) is not going to withdraw from the coalition government with the Christian democratic Union (CDU) led by Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel. This was stated on Monday, July 2, Prime Minister of Bavaria Marcus Seder, reports the tabloid Bild.
“We are ready to go on compromises,” he said. According to the politician, the intention of the leader of the CSU Horst Seehofer, who also holds the post of interior Minister of the country, to leave these two posts “very surprised” party. It is expected that a decision on the fate Seehofer will take the evening of 2 July.
Earlier the interior Minister said that he was tired to negotiate with Chancellor Angela Merkel, with whom he divergent views on the problem of illegal migration.
Between the CSU and the Christian democratic Union (CDU) Angela Merkel sparked the conflict on the issue of combating illegal migration. June 15, the world was scared by information about the division the largest political bloc of Germany, consisting of parties of the Christian democratic and Christian social Union (CDU/CSU).
The cause of the conflict lies in the fact that 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.
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