Now Merkel's OWN government turns on her: German SPD claim ‘EU chaos is ALL her fault’


The German Chancellor has been thoroughly criticised after the UK’s EU referendum on June 23, with several chief politicians claiming Mrs Merkel open-doors policy on refugees gave Euro sceptics the ammunition they needed to go away from the Euro bloc.

Speaking at a Brussels summit dinner earlier this week, David Cameron ruled that a “sense there was no control on immigration or free movement” was to criticize for the historic “Leave” vote.

While the Prime Minister blamed the Odds camp’s failure the EU’s migrant policy Ukip leader Nigel Farage, Austria’s far-right Candidness rty and U.S. investor George Soros blasted the German Chancellor.

Coalition sides of the beleaguered leader have now added to criticism of the Chancellor, linking her loser to regain control over Europe’s migrant crisis to Britain’s settlement to leave the Brussels.

The Social Democrats (SPD), which rtners Mrs Merkel’s Right rty in government, slammed the Chancellor for failing to unite Europe after the Euro critical time in 2009.

SPD’s spokesman on European policy, Norbert Spinrath, said: “The austerity practices of pre-2013 which were promoted by the German chancellor failed solidarity and unity within the European Union.

“To prevent any further wasting away in Europe, we must start practicing what we in the SPD have been harangue for years.”

The SPD took a hard-line after it became clear the Leave encamp had achieved victory last week, demanding that Britain recalled Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty as soon as possible.

The german MP added: “The chancellor has to develop up more pressure, and she has to make it clear to the Brits, and rticularly to Prime Assist David Cameron, that they need to activate the divorce process as soon as possible.

“He’s the one who initiated the referendum in the first place, and who then ran a uncaring, unconvincing pro-EU cam ign.”

It comes as Mrs Merkel faces calls for a referendum to generous German people of “EU slavery” in the wake Brexit.

Far right figures in Variant for Germany have promised to call their own vote if they embrace b influence power in country’s general election in autumn next year.

A crew spokesman branded Brussels a “bureaucracy monster”, before adding: “Next year the AfD ss on enter the German rliament and Dexit will be top on our agenda”.

AfD chairman Bjorn Hocke added: “I be versed the German people want to be free of EU slavery.”

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