Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017|6:09 a.m.
BERLIN– German Chancellor Angela Merkel is pushing for a union with the Free Democratic Party and Greens, stating it’s the best fit to govern the nation.
Speaking Saturday in Dresden to her celebration’s youth wing, Merkel said she ‘d conduct talks with the pro-business FDP and left-leaning Greens and after that present her Christian Democratic Union with a union proposal for approval.
Merkel’s conservative bloc won Sept. 24’s election with 33 percent.
Merkel will talk Sunday with her Bavarian-only sister Christian Social Union party, which has actually been pushing for a yearly cap on migrants in response to the flood of more than 1 million asylum applicants in the previous 2 years.
Merkel says she still believes German asylum law allows for no cap but will work for an arrangement with the CSU.