UN, Abu Dhabi, Horst Seehofer discussed on BBC Newshour


The heady government that's the legitimate un recognized government but part from aden pretty much all the most important areas son other capital her data the port and all the area in between is all under control of the hutus they've not been dislodged despite a hundred thousand airstrikes frank gardner in abu dhabi we've just an update from frank who says that the coalition trying to recapture her data have denied that any halt to operations they say they've reached the edge of the airport and everything things so far is quite going to plan now there's trouble afoot for the german chancellor angela merkel rifts opened up with her interior minister over migration horst seehofer is from a different but closely related party to mrs merckel the csu which is from bavaria wants tighter controls on on undocumented migrants trying to cross into germany chancellor merkel wants a new e u wide policy or migrants in theory if the two parties cut results that differences fragile coalition would collapse meaning new elections while the journalist margaret heckle has written a biography of angler michael how significant to she think this rare is significant because the fight about migration which has been going on for two years now basically since chancellor milk let all these people in a two thousand fifteen is now really coming to a boiling point and the reason for this being the elections in bavaria so this plan by the interior minister host seehofer is he doing this in your view for for political reasons playing to the electorate in bavaria exactly and he has been prime minister in bavaria she'll a couple of months ago when he turned over to his successor and now he's trying to helping windies crucial elections in autumn and the problem in the very at the moment is that.

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