EU Institutions Headlines

  • Bavarians signal way to buy time in migrant plan dispute with Merkel

    BERLIN/MUNICH (Reuters) - Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU) called on Monday for new measures to curb immigration but said a plan to turn away migrants at the border still needed work, buying time in a row with Chancellor Angela Merkel that is rocking her coalition.

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  • Bavarians vow resolve in migrant plan showdown with Merkel

    BERLIN/MUNICH (Reuters) - Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU) want to back a plan on Monday to limit immigration at the German border but will leave it up to Interior Minister Horst Seehofer to decide how to implement the measure, state premier Markus Soeder said.

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  • Bavarian premier promises 'strong signal' on migration

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU) will decide on Monday whether to insist on a policy of turning back some refugees at Germany's border, state premier Markus Soeder said.

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  • In coalition showdown, Merkel allies to decide on migrant plan

    BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Bavarian allies, the Christian Social Union (CSU), will decide on Monday whether to defy her by implementing a plan to limit immigration at the German border and risk destabilising her three-month-old coalition.

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  • In coalition showdown, Merkel allies to decide on migrant plan

    BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Bavarian allies, the Christian Social Union (CSU), will decide on Monday whether to defy her by implementing a plan to limit immigration at the German border and risk destabilizing her three-month-old coalition.

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  • Crisis averted? Minister says migrant row with Merkel can be overcome

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said on Sunday a row between his Bavarians and Chancellor Angela Merkel is serious but can be overcome, a signal that he may compromise to avoid a full-blown German coalition crisis.

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