Angela Merkel Stepped Back To The Immigration Question To Survive

Thousands of immigrants were welcomed in Germany and Chancellor Angela Merkel was praised. But sympathetic Merkel also had to be rigid to immigrants to maintain the government under internal pressure. On Monday, he agreed to create a shelter for borders on the border for migrants. Increase surveillance along the border with Austria.

It is a completely opposite position for Angela Merkel. Because of pressure from the ruling coalition, he had to withdraw from the liberal position of immigration.

His political weaknesses were revealed in this turn of Merkel to hold the conservatives. The importance of nationalism and anti-immigration positions in German politics is gaining importance.

The New York Times reported that under the leadership of German Interior Minister Harper Jihufa, there was a revolt against Merkel’s immigration policy. The threat of Merkel’s collapse was threatened. After that, Merkel agreed on the immigration policy.

Jihofa claims that if the papers are not registered and registered in other European countries, Germany will prevent immigrants on the border. Merrill was opposed to the control of the border till yesterday night. Later, the government accepted the agreement to retain the government.

The third party of the Merkel coalition, the Social Democrats approved the new policy. According to this policy, a new shelter will be built in the transit center. The newly arrived immigrants will be examined in these centers. Those who have already applied as a refugee in any other European Union countries will be returned.

Merkel has given shelter to 10 million immigrants fleeing from neighboring countries and the Middle East since 2015. He helped the immigrants with food, clothes.

Due to this immigration policy, the United States President Donald Trump also pressured Merckell Trump has criticized Merkel and NATO allies in a number of countries, giving less allocation to the defense sector last month.

Merkel’s team made the worst of the elections held in September last year. Merkel’s team formed a coalition with six teams and formed the government.