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Dresden : German city Nazi emergency
The city of Dresden has proclaimed the “Nazi emergency”!
That decided now 39 city councils of Greens, left, SPD, non-attached and the FDP. 29 voted against it. Background of the decision: There are too many right-wing tendencies in the city society against which something must be done. Also, because the city is currently applying for the title “European Capital of Culture 2025”.
Nazi emergency? This led to the most heated debates in the Council meeting!
Because the application for the “Nazi Emergency” came from Max Aschenbach (34), a member of the fun party The Party. The original three-page template was completely reworked by the red-red-green majority and the FDP, the “Nazi emergency” formulated officially in a “policy statement”.
In this, OB Dirk Hilbert (48, FDP) is commissioned to “focus on his work on the strengthening of a democratic everyday culture (…), protection of minorities and victims of right-wing violence (…) as well as the commitment over the next five years against the causes of extreme right-wing positions (…) “. Guidelines of the City Council, however, also contain points on which the Council has no decision-making authority, eg “Land authorities (should) consistently prosecute perpetrators (right-wing violence) by all means of the constitutional state”.