Bavarian PM blames German government for far-right rise after elections

Munich (Germany) (AFP) – Markus Söder, Prime Minister of Bavaria and leader of the region’s Christian Democrats’ CSU, says Olaf Scholz’s government is not doing enough to tackle migration, enabling the rise of the far-right AfD in regional elections. AfD received 14.6 percent of the vote – its best result in history – while CSU received 37 percent of the vote.


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