The security spokesman of the fraction of the German Liberal Party in Parliament.
Two German parliamentarians stated that they could imagine as a possible solution to the conflict in Egypt’s current president Hosni Mubarak was exiled in Germany, as saying Sunday by the Bild am Sonntag newspaper.
The security spokesman of the fraction of the German liberal party in Parliament, Elke Hoff, said he would greet an early transfer of Mubarak to Germany if that would help stabilize the situation in the North African country. In this case, “there would be a political asylum,” he said, DPA reported.
The argument of the vice president of the fraction of the Christian Democratic Union, Andreas Schockenhoff, was similar: “In Egypt we need a peaceful transition. If Germany can contribute constructively in an international context, we should welcome Hosni Mubarak if he wants it.”
The newspaper said the government would be willing to allow the entry of Mubarak in the event that it may need medical treatment. This Saturday, the New York Times said the president’s departure would be part of the dome plans led by Vice President Omar Suleiman to seek a dignified exit from the crisis.
The newspaper said one possibility would be that the octogenarian leader to travel to perform their usual review in Germany and this time stay longer in the European nation.