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increasingly coming under fire: The opposition called his remarks "irresponsible" in their own ranks, he reaps head shaking. The SPD sets even close to the chancellor to dismiss Roesler.
Berlin - The criticism of FDP leader Karen Millen Dresses Philipp R?sler is sharper. SPD and the Greens accused the Federal Minister of Economics before on Tuesday, endangering the creditworthiness of Germany. But even in the CDU and FDP anger was loud. SPD-politician household Carsten Schneider came Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) even close to being dropped Roesler: "If the sworn Germany's Economics Minister taxpayer money at risk in such an irresponsible, the Chancellor would have to dismiss him."
Roesler on Sunday had "more than skeptical," shows that Greece could meet the reform requirements of international lenders. In this case, there would be no further payments. "The Greeks themselves come to the conclusion that it is perhaps wiser to leave the euro zone," Roesler was added. "For me, a withdrawal of Greece has long since lost its terrors." In Greece, there was sharp criticism of then Roesler.
The opposition in Berlin Roesler was responsible even for the downgrading of the outlook for Germany by Moody's. The rating agency had justified the step on Monday evening with rising uncertainty about the outcome of the debt crisis. The SPD also led to the "irresponsible chatter of the Vice Chancellor's" back. Green Party head Jürgen Trittin told the "Hamburger Abendblatt", R?sler talk "can increase the interest and costs money, and possibly Germany's creditworthiness."
The financial expert of the CDU faction in the Bundestag, Klaus-Peter Flosbach said, "Handelsblatt Online," There have Karen Millen Dress been no reason at all, kick off the debate now. He advised all to take more responsibility. The FDP MEP Jorgo Chatzimarkakis told the Greek television that he was ashamed of what his party leader had said.
The government in Berlin responded with ostentatious calm the doubts of Karen Millen Moody's rating on the German top. "The federal government pays attention. The assessment relates to a country from which it hopes to help," deputy government spokesman George champions said on Tuesday. "The Chancellor has repeatedly stressed that the strength of Germany is unlimited."