No breakthrough at German ‘refugee crisis meeting’ as opposition grows

Sunday, November 1, 2015
By Paul Martin
1 Nov, 2015

A key meeting of German ruling coalition leaders failed to produce a breakthrough as pressure is mounting on Chancellor Angela Merkel to stem the arrival of hundreds of thousands of refugees to the welcoming country.

The meeting between Merkel and her partners in the ruling grand coalition, Horst Seehofer of the Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU) and Social Democrat (SPD) Sigmar Gabriel, had been touted in the German media as a crisis summit, in which Merkel expected to present a comprehensive action plan for the refugee crisis.

Germany is the prime destination for asylum seekers from the Middle East, North Africa and Southern Asia, who are coming in unprecedented numbers to Europe this year. The country is expected to accept over a million refugees in 2015.

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