in Bavaria, the Prime Minister, Markus Söder, has spoken out against the Amendment of the fundamental right to asylum. “For me, the individual fundamental right to asylum is inviolable,” said Söder the “world on Sunday”. With a view to the debate, triggered by the CDU chairmanship candidate, Friedrich Merz, said Söder: “We should stop sticking with the topic of Migration in the discussion of Theory. It comes to practical steps. And we are gone.“ It was still a long way to go in Europe there will be, in fact, 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.“

Söder argued against a rejection of the Union’s internally controversial UN-Migrationspakts. “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. In the matter, but the Pact is quite reasonable.“ On the national level alone, the question of global Migration will not be solved, said the CSU politician. “National measures must always be in connection with international taken, otherwise you easily run into the Void. Seeks to do just that in the migration Pact.“

in contrast, Saxony’s Prime Minister, Michael Kretschmer (CDU), the need for own words, still “a huge information and explanation outermost meanwhile,” the migration Pact. The questions of the UN Treaty raises, are not yet at the end, he said the “Welt am Sonntag”. It must be prevented, “that the agreement, legal consequences can be derived, for example, by the courts”, and called for Kretschmer.

“opportunities for the Migrationspakts” highlighting

According to information of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung (F. A. S.), the CDU and CSU encourage the Federal government to a diplomatic clarification of the UN-migration Pact. The government should explain, therefore, that the Pact Germany imposed no new obligations. This is evident from the draft Resolution of the Bundestag on Thursday to vote. Details have been negotiated on Saturday with the SPD. “If the Union is for the internal cohesion is necessary, you can do something,” said SPD negotiator, Rolf Mützenich.

The Chairman of the Committee on internal Affairs, Andrea Lindholz of the CSU, informed the F. A. S., by the resolution of the Bundestag to lift up “the chances of the migration Pact”: more cooperation in the fight against smuggling and trafficking, and more withdrawal of willingness of countries of origin more cooperation in the acquisition of passports and identification, better living conditions in developing countries. At the same time, it must be clear, “that the Pact can not be the basis for future legislation, that he is legally non-binding and there is no customary international law may establish”. The Parliament was, “for the courts” is clear: the Pact establishes a “no new claims, and not expanding the existing one.” The Bundestag should take up the “ultimately unsubstantiated” concern for many people and you do not confirm that the Pact would lead to more Migration.