German media started saying that the decision of Angela Merkel that, in order to let the migrants into the country, turned against itself. Panic quick influx of refugees, the German Chancellor backed down and again reinforced border controls.
"Chancellor Angela Merkel was aware that her decision to simplify the rules of entry for Syrian refugees pouring into Germany, was dangerous. But she could not expect that the problems will begin for her so soon," reports the Financial Times.
The Chancellor of Germany in early September, has announced its willingness to let the country a large number of migrants. A hasty decision was made by the Chancellor in the eyes of the refugee Savior. As the us newspaper reports, in the country there were even banners with inscriptions: "Merkel is our mother". Germany was proud to announce a new page in its history after dark Nazi past. However, realizing that Germany economically will not pull this number of inhabitants, Merkel did not deter the universal role of the heroine and backpedaled, strengthening border control.
Such measures comply with the EU legislation, but they open their eyes, with some severe challenges faced Merkel at home, in the EU and the middle East. "I would not say that they are in a panic, but they're definitely a little discouraged," - commented on the situation in Germany specialist Carsten Nickel. As noted by the newspaper, Berlin does not officially recognize that the decision to ease the rules of entry for refugees was a mistake, however there is no doubt that belief in an adequate assessment of the situation by Merkel shaken.
Specific prerequisite sudden change in the policy of migrants was the lack of places in the centres of their admission. Especially, this problem affected the southern region of Bavaria, where the arrival point for most bejencev. State officials recognize that a short-term suspension migratory flow will give regional authorities the time to organize fresh centres of their admission, for example, in sports halls.
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