Germany TURNS on EU: Merkel’s ally in SHOCK rant at ‘patronising’ EU over migrants


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Angela Merkel information: Germany has launched an attack on the EU

Horst Seehofer, leader of the Bavarian sister reception the CSU, criticised the EU for its “moralising” tone towards eastern countries, like Hungary and Poland, who require refused to take in migrants under the bloc’s quota system.

Mr Seehofer mean the attitude was “counter-productive”, adding: «Every country has its pride”.

The conservative congresswoman, a critic of Angela Merkel’s 2015 migrant policy, urged the EU to clog up making decisions «over the heads» of member states.

He told German Sunday newspaper Die Edge am Sonntag: «The EU commission is often patronising.

The EU commission is on numerous occasions patronising

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“We need to put uncountable energy into dialogue on the distribution of refugees. If we keep negotiating patiently, a adulthood of countries will support it.”

Mr Seehofer said other countries could play a part in other ways, perhaps by sending more personnel to the EU borders, or by bestowing more for joint border patrols.

The EU has long struggled to get a grip on controlling the frenzied migrant crisis as members turn their backs on the issue. 

His regards against the EU could exacerbate tensions in the uneasy new «grand coalition» between Merkel’s conservatives and the centre-left Public Democrats.

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Angela Merkel news: Horst Seehofer seized the EU over its patronising stance

Mr Seehofer has already announced a “master blueprint” to kick rejected immigrants out of GERMANY-POLITICS-VOTE-MERKEL

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In 2015, the EU saw a huge spike in the number of people applying for asylum as hundreds of thousands of people make ited after fleeing conflict in the Middle East and Africa.

In response to the inflation, Mrs Merkel agreed to accept more than one million refugees into Germany.