Germany debunks Twitter hoax saying government dissolved — but Merkel really is in trouble over refugees

Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader and German Chancellor Angela Merkel gives a statement  in Berlin, Germany, February 7, 2018. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt  Thomson Reuters

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BERLIN (Reuters) – Bavaria’s Christian Social Union (CSU) party moved swiftly on Friday to deny it planned to dissolve its decades-old alliance with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats, after a report to that effect appeared on a hoax Twitter account.

Hans Michelbach, deputy head of the CSU faction in the federal parliament, said the report was “rubbish”, stressing the CSU wanted to maintain its alliance with the CDU and preserve the coalition.

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