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German Chancellor Angela Merkel's migration policy has brought into question the German leader’s political future. What if Angela Merkel steps down? Experts weigh the pros and cons of the potential move.
Citi's chief global political analyst Tina M. Fordham went even so far as to assert that "for the first time in a decade in power, German Chancellor Angela Merkel's political future is in question."
Maybe it is time for Angela Merkel to step down, before the federal election of 2017?
On the one hand, the move would mean the abolition of Merkel's controversial open-door refugee policy and the re-adoption of a more prudent, step-by-step process of integrating newcomers into European society.
"Ms. Merkel's open door policy will only work if it is accompanied by a concentrated effort at integration which preserves her nation's postwar values. Germany — and its chancellor — cannot tolerate another Cologne," The Financial Times warns. On the other hand, experts suggest that currently there is no alternative for Merkel as a powerful EU leader.
"Merkel has arguably been Europe's strongest leader since the financial crisis and was front and center handling issues like the Greek crisis and negotiating the Minsk Agreements in the last year," Elena Holodny of Business Insider notes.
"Merkel's extraordinary welcome to refugees will draw fewer followers inside her own country, and virtually none outside it. This will undermine her political position, and could encourage a domestic challenger over the coming months. It creates a dramatic change in how Europe interacts with itself and with the rest of the world," they underscore.
According to the scholars, a "weaker Merkel" will make it more difficult for the EU to cope with increasing challenges and will leave Europe less able to respond collectively to crises.
Unfortunately, the German Chancellor apparently has no clue how to bring the crisis under control.
During her recent speech at an event in Mainz, Angela Merkel admitted: "Now all of a sudden we are facing the challenge that refugees are coming to Europe and we are vulnerable, as we see, because we do not yet have the order, the control, that we would like to have."