Leader of the Free Democratic Party (FDP) Christian Lindner arrives for a news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 4, 2018. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt
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Germany's opposition Free Democrats joined the far right on Monday in calling for a parliamentary inquiry into Chancellor Angela's migrant policy and the country's migration agency after one of its branches wrongly granted asylum to some newcomers.The anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany, which is generally shunned by mainstream parties, filed a motion on Thursday to create a parliamentary committee to look into migrant policy and the scandal over irregular asylum rulings.The AfD and FDP would not have enough votes together to launch a parliamentary inquiry and the other parties are skeptical or reject the idea, but Lindner said he was prepared to talk to them about setting up a committee.
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