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Germany wants to show that it does not accept any of the ECB’s actions aimed at supporting eurozone member states unless it has first been consulted.
The ongoing migration crisis is causing ever more frequent conflicts inside Germany’s government coalition.
The Bundestag adopted a legislation package adopting stricter asylum laws and lifting the burden off the federal states during the migration crisis.
As the government admits, in order to reach the long-term emission reduction objectives, it is necessary to completely liquidate the coal energy industry.
Angela Merkel’s fall in popularity is accompanied by growing criticism of the German chancellor from within her own political background.
The firm has admitted its guilt and may face a penalty of US$18 billion, the equivalent of one year’s profit.
German politicians are concerned about the estimated costs of migrants’ living expenses and their integration into the labour market.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has not developed a comprehensive solution to the crisis as yet and is (seemingly) making efforts only to deal with the most pressing issues.
The rapid increase in the number of immigrants from outside of the EU coming to Germany has become the paramount political issue.
Germany wants to have more influence than previously on the terms and conditions of arms industry's European consolidation.