Söder threatens Faeser: ‘Next woman Lambrecht in the cabinet’
In refugee policy, the CSU increases the pressure on the federal government.
CSU boss Markus Söder brought a replacement from Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (SPD) to the political Ash Wednesday if this did not act.
If Faeser does not soon make suggestions on how the migrant move will be controlled, the municipalities would be relieved and could get more money, “then she will be the next woman Lambrecht in the Scholz cabinet”.
Christine Lambrecht had to resign as Defense Minister in January.
“And it would also be good for the Chancellor if he finally takes care of these problems in Germany and not just travels through the world,” said Söder to the address of Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD).
Söder accused the federal government a catastrophic management of refugee policy – and at a time when the number of refugees is higher than in 2015/16.
“Bavaria is a warm country.” We are happy to help, “he said. Especially in the municipalities everything is being done to take people.” But we are feeling that all of this reaches its limits, the limits of feasibility “,
said the Bavarian Prime Minister. The CSU does not blame people who were looking for protection, but to a federal government who “organizes” the whole thing “catastrophic”. “You just can’t.”
“No to overwhelm the municipalities”
Apart from a cold coffee and a pretzel, there was nothing at the recent refugee summit at Faeser.
“We are available, we stand by migration for work-but we say no to overwhelm the municipalities and no to illegal immigration to Germany,” said the CSU boss.
Faeser must finally act.
In this context, Söder clearly rejected an “ideological” change in citizenship law by the traffic light government.
“We don’t want citizenship law Light,” he said, adding: “Whoever wants to become a German must also speak German.”
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At the same time, Söder described the Free State as a role model in the integration of refugees.
“Bavaria is the German master of integration, and that’s why we no longer need old-fashioned left-wing multi-cultural instructions,” said the CSU chairwoman.