DThe Greens will vote no six times this Wednesday when the European Parliament decides on the asylum compromise reached shortly before Christmas after years of negotiations. This emerges from the parliamentary group's internal voting recommendation, which is available to the FAZ. The MPs should only agree to two legal texts that do not concern the core of the new regulation.

Thomas Gutschker

Political correspondent for the European Union, NATO and the Benelux countries based in Brussels.

You will then find yourself in a camp with the political forces from the far left and right. The German Greens – with 21 MPs, by far the largest group among the 72 parliamentary group members – are in contradiction to the Greens in the federal government. She welcomed the compromise and wants to approve it in the Council of Ministers.

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