The German Chancellor Angela Merkel was given two weeks political breathing space on Monday, to broker an EU-wide migration deal by the summit in Brussels (June 28-29).
The Chancellor’s junior coalition partner – the Christian Social Union (CSU) – want immediate immigration curbs. The Chancellor will attempt to secure a multilateral solution before the leader of the CSU and Minister of Interior, Horst Seehofer, proceeds with his own national “master plan” on migration.
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