|Frauke Petry, leader of AfD|
The Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) [Alternative for Germany, a party similar to UKIP] intends to file a criminal complaint against Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel in relation to the federal government's asylum policy.
"Frau Merkel has acted as a people-trafficker," said the deputy party leader Alexander Gauland, referring to the federal government's decision at the start of September to allow thousands of refugees in Hungary to travel to Germany.
At the same time the AfD leader demanded an immediate stop to the acceptance of asylum applications. "Accommodation that respects human dignity" could no longer be guaranteed, said the party leader Frauke Petry in justification of the demand.To limit the influx, Petry also called for refugees' right to family reuinification to be ended. The borders should be controlled temporarily and closed to people without visas, she said.Source
The CDU, which is the Bavarian sister party of Merkel's party, the CSU, is also rebelling against her lunatic course of action.
The Bavarian minister president Horst Seehofer threatened on Friday to start turning refugees back at the Austrian border. "We need to take emergency measures to stem the flow of refugees, for example turning them back at the Austrian border or sending asylum seekers immediately on into other German states," Seehofer said to Bild.
Seehofer was referring to cabinet discussions which have been going on within the Bavarian government over the past week.Source