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Europe Migrant Crisis Seen as Pushing Germany’s Politics to the Right

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Telegraph – Disputes between Germany’s two ruling conservative parties over the migrant crisis is jeopardising the government’s ability to act and pushing people towards far-Right parties, the country’s vice chancellor has warned.

Sigmar Gabriel, leader of the Social Democratic Party (SPD), the junior partner in the coalition government, has criticised the growing conservative bloc infighting over the migrant influx as “irresponsible” following frequent clashes between Angela Merkel and Horst Seehofer, the leader of the Bavarian sister party.

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