The document was prepared by the leadership of the party, including SPD head Andrea Nahles, and German Vice-Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and is expected to be approved by the party on Monday, the media reported.
The social democrats are going to propose financial aid for the countries, where refugees are coming from, as well as assistance for Italy and Greece in terms of organizing registration and housing for refugees or their repatriation.
The party is against unilateral actions from the European countries, since they would undermine the freedom of movement in Europe, and against the special camps for the refugees in northern Africa due to humanitarian concerns. The document also suggests working out a legislation concerning migration in Germany.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, meanwhile, calls for the common EU solution of the migration issue. On Sunday, the CDU and the CSU will discuss during the inter-party sessions the way to overcome the government crisis which erupted because of the differences on the migration issue.
In an interview with the ZDF broadcaster on Sunday, Merkel said that she shared Seehofer’s opinion on reduction of the influx of migrants, but had a different view on how it could be achieved.