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German politics bends "to populism"

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017 | World News

According to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Cavusoglu, Europe "returns to the values ​​of before the Second World War". A spokesman for the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said that German politics was "populism and exclusion" with a view to the TV duel between Angela Merkel and Martin Schulz. This would foster "discrimination and racism".

The values ​​to which Europe is returning are "brutality, fascism and violence, intolerance and mutual destruction," said Cavusoglu. Chancellor Merkel (CDU) and her SPD challenger Schulz had a sharp criticism of the Turkish leadership in the TV duel on Sunday evening. Schulz had announced that he wanted to work as a chancellor for the EU partners to stop the accession negotiations with Turkey.

Was the TV duel asking the wrong questions?
In Germany too, the TV duel was criticized for having placed too much emphasis on questions of refugee and foreign policy. The left-hand week "Freitag" commented that although Merkel and Schulz replied, "The AfD is asking the questions." On Twitter, many users thereupon exchanged under the hashtag "#DieRichtigenFragen".

Shrew, Volker Kauder, now rejected the accusations of fascism and racism from Turkey. He thought the statements were intolerable. To the address of the Turkish leadership he said: "They are the ones who are trying to poison the climate between Turkey and (..) Germany."

Kauder also resigned from a full EU membership of Turkey. Who, like Ankara, did not guarantee freedom of religion, was "years away from this Europe". Turkey does not meet the basic requirements of the European value system.

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