In this interview, we will be talking to Cem Özdemir, deputy chairperson and candidate for The Greens. Posing the questions: Editor-in-chief Ines Pohl, and reporter Jaafar Abdul-Karim.
Days before voters outside Turkey can begin casting their ballots in the country's parliamentary and presidential elections, DW and German daily "Taz" held a panel talk in Berlin on the many issues surrounding the vote.
Green party candidate Cem Özdemir was highly critical of Turkey in a DW interview. He said that Germany must end its "naive policies" towards Ankara. And he was very clear in his attitude towards Russian sanctions.
At last, German Chancellor Angela Merkel can form a new government. Now, in what will be her last and hardest term in office, it remains to be seen what Germany really wants to be, says DW's editor-in-chief, Ines Pohl.
In an exclusive DW interview, Merkel's challenger criticized her campaign motto and lack of leadership. He was also highly critical of Turkish President Erdogan, saying he would not be blackmailed on refugee policy.
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