berlin - The German Christian Democrats of CDU and CSU have kicked off the potential coalition partners FDP and Greens with their compromise on immigration- up to 200,000 refugees a year. That sets the negotiations on a 'Jamaica Cabinet'- green, yellow, black- sharp. The talks about the formation of a joint government begin next week.
'Finally, something different,' announced Cem Özdemir on behalf of the Greens on Monday. 'The agreement of CDU / CSU is not the strategic immigration policy we consider necessary', says FDP leader Christian Lindner in the Thoughts of the Passauer Neue Presse. It is a clear signal that Chancellor Angela Merkel will have to move towards the Canadian model because Germany needs additional professionals. Canada allows generous migrants.