The atmosphere on the CSU board was already tense because of bad polls. When Horst Seehofer did not stay until the end of the meeting, ex-CSU vice-president and parliament Barbara Stamm burst out, according to ear-witnesses, the collar: she was astonished that 14 days before the decisive elections the party chairman only at the end of the meeting participated,
Seehofer's apology for the premature departure, the meeting of the leaders of the big coalition in Berlin in the evening, Stamm did not apply: it was a matter of style to stay until the end of the meeting in Munich, said she.
Söder: There must at least be no headwind from Berlin
Markus Söder used the CSU board forum to emphatically recall the conditions for a good last sprint in the election campaign for the Bavarian elections in two weeks:
"Focusing on Bavaria and doing nothing wrong in Berlin … (…) I would like to see everybody participate again, so there is at least no headwind from Berlin." Prime Minister Markus Söder
In the board Seehofer was confronted with the criticism of the information booths about his policy and the election experience of CSU board members. He always wants to be held responsible for differences of opinion and bad polls.
Horst Seehofer rejects responsibility for misconduct
Seehofer reacted lightly and ironically:
"It is currently the most modern sport: I am the culprit of everything, now also of the situation of the SPD I am the cause of the Swedish election result, I am causally in Hessen, I am responsible for everything, what does that mean? We have elections in Bavaria. "CSU boss Horst Seehofer
And the CSU wants to do it as well as possible. But she is already preparing for a coalition partner. CSU boss Seehofer, however, rejects a special holiday to vote on a possible coalition agreement. Observers see this as an attempt by Seehofer to keep the workbook in his hands.
Markus Söder responds to the question of what could become of Seehofer after a defeat, only with, the CSU should now show strength, and you make "no Personalspielereien".
CSU administration is still against changes to lanes for asylum seekers
In principle, CSU leaders agree that there should be no general lane change or a closing date regulation for willing asylum seekers. A work permit for rejected but well-integrated asylum seekers should only exist if they can not be deported, for example because they are being tortured in the country of origin:
"If it can not be removed for compelling reasons, reasons that are not in the person of the asylum seeker, then people say, before they sit here, let them work." This has been my position for a long, long time. "CSU boss Horst Seehofer
In total, this could be about 550,000 people who were recognized as asylum seekers and who had the right to stay, but who did receive Hartz IV. This gives Alexander Dobrindt on the sidelines of the CSU board. The head of the CSU Bundestag therefore believes that one should think about how these people can enter the labor market.
Söder wants asylum seekers to work in "scarcity"
For the Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder it therefore seems obvious: who wants to integrate, who works in so-called shortage occupations, should have a perspective on staying. In Bavaria rejected asylum seekers who can not be deported are, after an individual examination, more likely to get a work permit. This is what Bavaria & # 39; s Minister of the Interior Joachim Herrmann announced at the weekend by an interview with the newspaper.
"The Bavarian Minister of Home Affairs has also made it clear that, for nurses, for example, if someone attends training, someone's discretion is applied so that if someone has a job and wants to integrate, the perspective is here and vice versa the repatriation of People who are perpetrators, rioters or violent offenders. & # 39; Prime Minister Markus Söder
According to Söder, new regulations are not required. In Bavaria, this already works without a lane change and closing date. The law already produces everything you need, Söder says.
Diesel replacement does not have to cost the drivers for Söder
Over the second topic of the coalition committee, the diesel policy, Prime Minister Markus Söder made it clear:
"A decision, whatever it appears, can not be at the expense of diesel drivers." Prime Minister Markus Söder
Avoiding driving bans and securing the future of diesel technology – all on the CSU board agreed.