Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder rejects Changes to the fundamental right to asylum. “For me, the individual fundamental right to asylum is inviolable,” said the CSU politician of the world on Sunday. With a view to the candidate of the CDU Chairman Friedrich Merz, it triggered debate, he urged: “We should stop sticking with the topic of Migration in the discussion of Theory.” It is a matter of practical steps. “And we are gone.” It was still a long way to go in Europe there will be a common right of asylum, said Söder. “Now it’s time for the protection of the external borders. Where Europe is, fortunately, a lot more than a few years ago. We are in the European election campaign.”
The former Union leader, Merz had pulled the middle of the week in doubt that the basic law enshrined the individual rights to asylum “are in this Form”. So he drew criticism. Merz acknowledged a little later to clear the basic right to asylum.
Söder defended in the world on Sunday the planned UN-migration Pact. This is quite useful. Alone the national and the global refugee problem will not be solved. “You have to distinguish between the content of the Pact and the nature of the communication. It certainly was not particularly happy that it has, so to speak, learn on the side of the Pact. The offers, unfortunately, right-wing populists the opportunity to come back with conspiracy theories.”
The Pact to be adopted in December in Morocco. Proponents argue that the non-binding agreement makes it possible to better manage migration and protect human rights. Critics fear that this is a kind of human right to Migration for economic reasons will firmly written and the paper support States that their sovereignty would be deprived of the immigration policy.